So here we are, It’s February 4th and just as promised and holding true to the rumors, Google’s Red Nexus 5 has appeared on the Google Play Store’s device section for purchase. Red is synonymous with many things, but the color is probably most famous for being associated with the most Romantic day of the year, otherwise known as Valentine’s Day. It has become a popular turn of phrase in the last 5-7 years or so to say “I heart” to refer to things that you love, and it’s commonly used between friends, loved ones, and by many people who just want to share with the world what they find endearing and overall cheeky. Google wants to help you celebrate everything that you love, by giving you a chance to win a Red Nexus 5. All you have to do is show them what you “Heart” by way of a captivating image, and then submit it for your chance to win.
Think you have a photo that stands a chance? Excellent, simply jump over to the contest page to enter and submit your picture, then hit the submit button and that’s it. After you enter your information and upload the image to the contest page, you’ll be greeted with a message telling you to share that same image displaying what it is that you love with the Nexus Community, and that pretty much sums up all you have to do. Google is giving away more then just a Red Nexus 5 for this contest, and in reality more than one person can win Google’s latest and greatest handset in the Flashy new color. The grand Prize is of course what you want to hope for, which nets you the Red Nexus 5 plus accessories bundle. Should you lose out on that though, you still have a chance to win the phone, as Google is also giving away four Red Nexus phones without the accessories to the first prize winners, and finally if you don’t win the phone you still have a chance to win one of 45 Google Play Gift Cards worth $25. That’s a pretty sweet deal to ring in the sweetest holiday of the year, and we thank you for offering us the chance Google. You can only enter the contest once, and don’t think you can pull a fast one on Google by using a different gmail. They’ll know. Once you have submitted your image, don’t forget to share it with the Nexus Community and include the hashtag #iheartred. Good luck everyone!
— A Googler (@google) February 4, 2014