When we first drew up the idea of the Nokia Lumia 710 Photo Contest, two things slipped our minds. First, a little event called the 2012 Mobile World Congress. Second, the vast number of quality entries we would receive!
Between Mobile World Congress and life in general, it took a lot longer than expected to judge all the outstanding entries we received. The good news is that we've identified our winner. The bad news is that you'll need to hit the break to see who won and who is our runner-up.
First Prize goes to Glueharbour. Here is the description that was offered with this photo, taken with an HTC Trophy. We've got the Lumia 710 boxed up and ready to send out to Glueharbour.
Picture taken at the beautiful Glueharbour Beach in southern Sweden where the ice between Sweden and Denmark is cracking up. It was foggy as hell that day, otherwise you would see Copenhagen from the bridge.
You can find Glueharbour's submission here in the WPCentral Forums.
Our Contest Runner-up is, DubiousPig, who will receive a $75 Gift Certificate to the WPCentral Accessory Store. Taken with a Samsung Omnia 7, DubiousPig submitted a photo of his adopted cat Tilly.
You can find DubiousPig's submission here in the WPCentral Forums.
It was a tough contest to judge and everyone should be commended on the quality photographs that were submitted. The entries clearly demonstrates the potential our Windows Phone cameras have. Again, thanks goes out to everyone who contributed to the contest.
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