Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei, is on the hunt to find the best undiscovered talent right now, and it's hosting a competition with some great prizes to get people to show off what they can do. Whether you can sing well, have an unusual sporting talent or happen to be exceptionally funny, now is your chance to show it off. All you need to do to participate is upload a video of yourself performing said talent to your YouTube channel.
The videos need to be at least 30 seconds, but no longer than one minute, and once uploaded you'll need to share the link with Honor. Five winners will be selected and given the chance to perform their talents at one of Honor's live events. Winners will also receive an all-inclusive break to Germany, an Honor Band Z1 and the latest Honor smartphone, which isn't yet available in Europe.
Full details are listed below. If you think you have what it takes, be sure to record yourself for a chance to win.
The search is on: Honor Star 2016 competition set to uncover the talent of tomorrow
London, December 29, 2015 - Honor is inviting people across Europe to share their hidden talents with the launch of its 'Honor Star 2016' competition. If you're a budding singer, actor or have an unusual sporting talent, now is your opportunity to win the chance to present your skills on stage in front of an audience! All you have to do is upload a video clip of yourself performing your talent to your YouTube account.
Video clips must be at least 30 seconds and a maximum of 1 minute long, and you'll need to share the link with Honor either on its YouTube video post, on its Facebook page or directly via the contact form on hihonor.com (click 'Support' and then 'Contact Us'). The five winners will get the chance to perform their unique talent on stage at one of Honor's next live events. Winners will also receive great prize bundles including the latest Honor smartphone (not yet released in Europe), an Honor Band Z1and an all-inclusive break to one of the greatest cities in Europe.
Honor's smartphones meet the needs of digital natives who are always connected, challenge common behaviour and take a brave approach to life. So if you've got secret skateboarding talents, are a budding musician, can do some cool moves on your snowboard or just have a unique talent that no-one else shares, then get involved!
Entry to the 'Honor Star 2016' competition is free of charge and open to anyone who, at the date of entry, is aged 18 years or over and permanent resident in one of the following EU countries: Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, France or the Netherlands. The competition opened on December 21st and the deadline for entries is January 18th, 2016.
For further details regarding conditions of participation for the competition, please see Honor's website: weu.hihonor.com/honorstar_en.pdf
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