LG aims to recognize the world’s fastest senders of text messages this year by holding separate contests in Korea and Brazil. The contest consists of a person sending a text message “most quickly and accurately.”
There is no age limit imposed by LG, and so pretty much anyone with an experience in sending text messages and trigger-happy fingers would be OK.
Also, LG plans to pick one winner in each country where the contests will be held next year, and will pit them all against each other in a “world messaging championship” game.
LG says, “The contest was inspired by the growing importance of mobile messaging that is becoming an essential part of our daily communications.” And they’re right. They haven’t detailed in which countries the contests will be held next year, though.
Via Telecoms Korea
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