Samsung Nexus S Hitting All Canadian Carriers
Samsung is taking the Nexus S to Canada later this month where the handset maker plans to release the device across all wireless carriers. This means that Bell, Rogers, Telus, Mobilicity, WIND Mobile and Videotron will each be offering the Pure Google phone. Why the departure from other release models? Since there is no customization on top of the stock Android experience, it doesn’t brand itself to any one carrier. With no specific pricing or launch dates to speak of, it is expected that the phone will offer all the same hardware that is found in its US counterpart.
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