Take a selfie at a select landmark in London for a chance to win a OnePlus X Ceramic

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If you happen to be in London and have a little extra time during this holiday shopping season, you might want to check out the OnePlus Scavenger Hunt this weekend for a chance to win a limited-edition OnePlus X Ceramic phone.

This isn’t your normal scavenger hunt in which you search for the grand prize. Instead, OnePlus has chosen a few landmarks, and is asking you to find one of them through the Moovit app, a leading apps for navigating public transportation. You then take a selfie in front of any one of the landmarks for a chance to win the phone.

The company sees this as a great way for users to meet other OnePlus fans, plus all participants will receive an invite to purchase the OnePlus X. Twenty of those invites will be for the OnePlus X Ceramic.

The contest kicks off this Saturday, December 19, at 10 am GMT. You will need to download the Moovit app and look for one of the listed landmarks on the map throughout London. They will look something like this:

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You can then use the Moovit app to get step-by-step instructions to visit any landmark you choose.

After that, it’s as simple as taking a selfie in front of the landmark and sharing it via Twitter or Instagram. Posts need to be public, and make sure to use the #XHuntLondon hashtag and mention @OnePlus and @Moovit on Twitter or @OnePlusTech and @Moovit on Instagram.

Finally, you will need to fill out this form and include a link to your social media post and a correct email address. This email address is where you will receive your OnePlus X invite.

You have until 8 pm GMT on December 19 to share your selfie and fill out the form.

OnePlus will pick one lucky winner from all the entries for the limited-edition OnePlus X Ceramic, and twenty other winners for a OnePlus X Ceramic invite. All other entries will receive a OnePlus X invite.

Click here to download the Moovit app.

Good luck!

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