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SAMSUNG #AwesomePosesUnleashed

TikTok has become the platform of choice for Gen Z and is an endless source of entertaining videos – inspiring the young generation to become social media superstars on their own.

Samsung is encouraging Gen Z to bring their imagination and become content creators with the #AwesomePosesUnleashed TikTok Challenge. This follows the brand’s TikTok challenge with SB19 in 2020, where they invited the P-Pop boy band’s fans to share their #AwesomeGrooves on the platform.

This year, creators are invited to show how awesome they are with their most creative pose through the AwesomePosesUnleashed effect featuring the SB19 minis. The challenge will run from April 2 to 20, and participants will have a chance to win e-vouchers, or an opportunity to join an online meet and greet with the boys and even receive signed photocards.

Awesome is for everyone

TikTokers can show off their creativity and what makes them awesome with the Galaxy A12 and A02s. The newest additions to the Galaxy A-series allow creators to produce viral content, all at an affordable price.

The Galaxy A12 has a 48MP Quad Camera system and an 8MP front snapper, allowing you to shoot all types of videos, whether it’s a dance challenge, a hilarious skit, or a drool-worthy cooking clip. The Galaxy A02s, on the other hand, is equipped with tools that can help Gen Z gather hundreds of hearts on TikTok, led by its Triple Camera setup and 5MP selfie snapper.

Both the Galaxy A12 and A02s utilize 6.5-inch Infinity-V displays with HD+ resolution, so Gen Z can watch their favorite creators and discover the next big trend. They can watch all day and not run out of power as both devices also pack a 5,000mAh battery with 15W fast-charging.

Galaxy A12 6GB/128GB and 4GB/128G variants are priced at PhP9,990 and PhP7,990 respectively, while the Galaxy A02s with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage retails for PhP6,990.

Join Samsung’s #AwesomePosesUnleashed TikTok Challenge and get the chance to meet SB19! For more information, click here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.