With the release of the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, some mobile pundits are outraged at the devices' lack of expandable storage - something Android phones are famous for. That is why our chums at Leef have kindly given us a Leef Access Micro SD Card reader, and a Leef Bridge 3.0 mobile flash drive, to give away to one lucky reader who might be in search of more storage space.
The Leef Access is a Micro SD card reader designed for Android phones. At one end you'll find a Micro USB connector, and at the other a slot for your SD card. It's a great way to move all your photos, videos and important documents off your crammed phone and onto another Micro SD card, to be read by another device or kept for later.
The Bridge 3.0 really got us excited when we tested it last year, as it is a flash drive that will work with both mobile devices and full-sized USB-compatible computers and laptops. The slider on the Bridge 3.0 not only features a USB 3.0 connector, but also a Micro USB to plug directly into your phone or tablet. That way you can read and copy files straight over from your laptop to your phone (and vice versa) and also use the 16 GB of storage to carry around extra media to be viewed on your phone - perfect for taking a tonne of films and music with you on holiday.
And you can win both just by entering our competition...
How to enter...
For your chance of winning both the Access and the Bridge 3.0 simply get on Twitter, follow us (@thetestpit), and then retweet any tweet we've posted about the Leef competition before Friday 1st May.
The competition will close at 6pm on 1st May 2015 and the winners will be notified soon after. UK entrants only please. The judges' decision is final. For T&Cs please send us an email.