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Win 1 of 2 Murena Fairphone 5 handsets worth £670 each! 

This month’s competition gives two lucky readers the chance to win a new phone that’s both ethical and lustworthy

Featuring a unique combination of Fairphone’s sustainable, repairable hardware and Murena’s /e/OS privacy-by-design Android operating system, the Murena Fairphone 5 (RRP £670) is the ultimate ethical smartphone. And this month two Stuff readers can each win one. 

The Murena Fairphone 5 is way ahead of the pack when it comes to fair and recycled materials, and is built with eight modules that you can repair or replace yourself. You’re also getting /e/OS, which runs on Android 13, is free from trackers by default, and replaces Google’s Android apps with a set of native open-source software – ensuring your data isn’t sent to any third parties. 

Excellent ethics aside, the Murena Fairphone 5 is a lustworthy phone. It’s got a 50MP main camera with Sony lens, 30W fast charging, a crystal-clear OLED screen with 90Hz refresh rate, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of expandable storage and an IP55 rating against water and dust.

Visit murena.com to find out more.

How to enter

Ready to go ethical with your smartphone? Grab your chance of winning a Murena Fairphone 5 by heading here and answering this question: 

How many of the Murena Fairphone 5’s modules are user-repairable?




Terms & Conditions

1. Open to UK mainland residents aged 18 or over. 2. Entries close 11.59pm, 17 May 2024. 3. Prizes are as stated. 4. Prizes are non-transferable. 5. Only one entry per person.
Full Ts & Cs: kelsey.co.uk/competition-terms-conditions/ Promoter: Kelsey Publishing Ltd, The Granary, Downs Court, Yalding Hill, Yalding, Maidstone, Kent ME18 6AL. 

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Rachael is a British journalist with 19 years experience in the publishing industry. Before going freelance, her career saw her launch websites and magazines spanning photography through to lifestyle and weddings. Since going freelance she’s sloped off to Devon to enjoy the beaches and walk her dog and has contributed to some of the world’s best-loved websites and magazines, while specialising in technology and lifestyle. It was inevitable she would graduate to Stuff at some point.

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