Canada: LG Optimus LTE on its way to Telus too

The LG Optimus LTE was launched by Bell in Canada back in November, alongside its slowly-expanding LTE network. Bell’s version surely contributed towards LG’s record 1 million sales of the device. And now it looks like the Optimus LTE is headed to another Canadian carrier.

We’ve already heard that Telus would launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE and the Samsung Galaxy Note with LTE, and the LG Optimus LTE seems to be the third LTE device that it will offer.

What you see above is a screenshot taken from LG’s Canadian site, clearly listing an Optimus LTE variant made for Telus. Its model number is P935, whereas Bell’s is P930. There’s no word on this from Telus yet, so we don’t know any other details. But it’s pretty clear that the Optimus LTE is on its way to Telus, which is good news for those of you who’d like an LTE smartphone a teeny tiny bit smaller than the positively gigantic Galaxy Note.

Via MobileSyrup

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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