While lots of Bell customers are probably waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to arrive (and it will on December 8), the Canadian carrier has released another Android smartphone from Samsung, namely the Galaxy W.
Bell is calling the handset the Samsung Galaxy W 4G, because it supports its HSPA+ network.
The W 4G costs as low as $49.95 with a new 3-yr contract agreement, and can be bought free of contract, too, for just $249.95. You can get it online here.
Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Bell’s Samsung Galaxy W doesn’t have all the features the European version has. For example, its camera is only a 3MP one, while its processor is clocked at 1GHz (not 1.4GHz). However, it’s still a great choice for $249.95, as it also offers a 3.7 inch WVGA display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 4GB of internal memory.
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