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Competition Reg Hardware has buddied up with HTC to offer you the chance to bag one of its flagship new phones, the HTC One X, a handset we called "a quad-core corker" in our review of the beast.

Packing a 1.5GHz penta-core Nvidia Tegra 3, a massive Gorilla glass screen and big beats from the Dr himself its unquestionably the must have Android phone.

And for you, we’ve got eight - yes, eight - of these bad boys to give away.

All you have to do is mosey on over here and follow the instructions to stand a chance to have the HTC One X winging its way to your door.

Get stuck in, people ... ®

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