Vote for your favourite Nokia Lumia 820 shell design and win a Nokia Lumia 820 and Fatboy Wireless Charging Pillow

| February 7, 2013 | 7 Replies

425992_10151244754912397_785040458_nNokia Facebook has a competition where three people, (one of which is gonna be you right? :D) can win a Nokia Lumia 820 and a Fatboy Wireless Charging Pillow.

All you have to do is vote on your favourite new 820 shell design.

Pick a design, and enter your details.

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Take part in the voting and get the chance to win a Nokia Lumia 820. 3 lucky winners will get a Nokia Lumia 820 with the winning design printed on the wireless charging shell, and a Fatboy wireless charging pillow.

The winning designs will be announced at Social Media Week NYC on the 21st of February 2013, and then announced here. The top 3 designs will be showcased and made available in limited quantities of 50 pieces each.



Anthony Dalby

Anthony Dalby

VP Brand Experience Design, Nokia

Anthony has 23 year’s design experience with the last 12 years spent at Nokia. During his time at Nokia, he’s been Director of Product Design and worked on the world’s first true smart phone. He now heads Nokia’s creative teams with a focus on the overall consumer experience.

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Jo Gulliver

Art Editor, Computer Arts

Jo is Computer Arts’ PPA Designer of the Year-nominated art editor. Her day typically involves commissioning cover art from the world’s most exciting designers and photoshoots with the biggest names in design.

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Adriana Andujar

Head of Creative + Copy, Luxus

Adriana is a multidisciplinary designer, seeker of adventure and a terrible karaoke singer. She has worked on a huge array of award-winning interactive, video and traditional media projects for start-ups, small boutique firms and Fortune 500 companies. She currently lives and works in London. Her past clients include: BMW, HBO, Hertz, Durex, Iittala, Heineken and The History /

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Glenn Garriock

Graphic Designer, Atelier 1A

Originally from Scotland, Glenn is a graphic designer who now runs Atelier 1A, a small collaborative design studio in northern Germany. As co-founder & editor of FormFiftyFive, which showcases inspiring creative work from around the world, he’s constantly on the look-out for new talent. Glenn works mostly with start-ups, enjoying the freedom of a blank



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  • efekt

    Crap… Another competition I can’t enter since I don’t have a FB account… Uh well… 🙁

  • aslanoo

    It is really bad that almost all Nokia GiveAway competitions and votings are based on a facebook account.

    I do not use facebook and will not, but I am a big Nokiafan and would definitely like to take part.

    • I think the competition is designed to increase facebook/social media interaction for Nokia. Makes it easier to communicate with the next set of people.

      Ideally, they’d allow other forms of entry, or have more competitions for those who don’t use facebook.

      I guess, one could create an account just for the purpose of entering things like this and otherwise continue not to use facebook. 🙂

      • aslanoo

        That “Competition-Account” is a nice idea indeed. But I think since they may see your empty profile they think of fake-account for that purpose.

        So I will wait. And of course I am aware of Nokias intentions of creating a large socialmedia-based fanbase.

        I will not die because of this 😀

  • twig

    I don’t have a Facebook account either so I’ll pick 3,10 or 13….and 10 gets it with 13 a close second.

    • twig

      Speaking of Facebook, in the news a father is paying his daughter $200 not to use Facebook anymore.

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