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Samsung just announced the newest members of the Galaxy S10 family, and two lucky readers will each take one of the new phones home!

Download.com is joining forces with CNET, so two of our readers can get an unlocked version of the brand new Samsung flagship phone.

The new Samsung Galaxy S10

Before getting to the giveaway, let's go over all the details for these new phones. The just-unveiled Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED curved screen and five cameras, two front facing ones and three more in the back. The Galaxy S10 comes with a 6.1-inch screen and three cameras in the back plus one on the front. You can read the complete specifications for both phones by seeing our hands-on with the Galaxy S10 Plus and the Galaxy S10 by checking out CNET's hands-on with the Galaxy S10 Plus and the Galaxy S10.

What are the prizes?

The grand prize winner will take home the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in ceramic white and the complete and exclusive Android pin collection from the mobile industry event MWC 2019, courtesy of Google.

The runner up will score the Galaxy S10 unlocked, and we will email the winner to let them pick the color.

How to enter?

To enter to win* you just have to fill out the form below after reading our official rules, located in the rules tab of the form, and accept our terms and conditions.

To increase your chances of winning, you have the choice of completing any of the available options in the form, including following us on social media and visiting the links you find in the form.

Please click this link if you are having trouble seeing the entry form.

Good luck everyone. You've got till March 20. Thank you for playing!

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Clifford is an Associate Managing Editor for CNET's Download.com. He spent a handful of years at Peachpit Press, editing books on everything from the first iPhone to Python. He also worked at a handful of now-dead computer magazines, including MacWEEK and MacUser. Unrelated, he sits next to fellow editor Josh Rotter and roots for the A's.