The Samsung Galaxy S II has become available in Canada at both Bell and Virgin Mobile today, just as we knew it would. Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2011 is one of the top Android-powered smartphones right now, so if you’re in Canada and are looking for the cream of the crop, this is probably it (at least if you’re not into 3D gimmickry).
If you want to get a Galaxy S II 4G from Bell, it will cost you $169.95 with a three-year contract, $549.95 with a two-year agreement, and $574.95 with a one-year commitment. To get the device without a contract, you’ll need to shell out $599.95. If you’re interested, go to Bell now and place your order.
At Virgin Mobile, the situation is pretty much the same. Paying $169.99 upfront gets you a brand new Galaxy S II 4G with a new three-year contract. Alternatively, you could get the handset for $599.99 outright, or on Virgin’s SuperTab. For details, just visit the carrier’s dedicated site.
It’s good to see the Galaxy S II finally arrive in North America. Now all that’s left is for it to launch in the USA, which we’ve heard will happen next month.
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