Today, Bell Mobility has launched the Samsung Reclaim in Canada, an eco-friendly phone that’s already available in the US via Sprint.
The Reclaim is 80% made from recyclable materials and it features: QVGA landscape display, full QWERTY keyboard, stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, GPS, HTML browsing, 2MP camera and expandable memory (up to 32GB).
Bell is offering the Samsung Reclaim for prices ranging from $49.95 with a 3-yr agreement to $219.95 free of contract.
Within the next 30-45 day, Samsung will launch other three new phones in Canada: Samsung Omnia 2 with Windows Mobile 6.5, Samsung Galaxy with Android, and Samsung Impact (which kind of resembles T-Mobile’s Samsung Highlight).
No word yet about the carriers that will offer these upcoming Samsung handsets in Canada.
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