Bell Canada Officially Announces Galaxy Nexus

Bell Canada Officially Announces Galaxy Nexus

Galaxy Nexus is currently the hottest and most anticipated Android device, and a lot of Android fanboys are looking forward to it, not only in US, but also in UK, Canada and other countries. In Canada, the first carrier to announce the Galaxy Nexus is Bell Canada, as they finally announced that they will be launching the first Android device featuring Ice Cream Sandwich in early December. Bell will be launching the Galaxy Nexus in Canada exclusively, which means it will hit Rogers and Telus at a later date. As you all may know, Galaxy Nexus is the first ever Android 4.0 device and features a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash capable of recording video in 1080p, and a  4.65-inch 1280 x 720 touchscreen. Anyhow, this device will be featuring HSPA+ capability instead of LTE which will be disappointing to many.

Galaxy Nexus will also be hitting Verizon Wireless in the USA, and also some carriers in European countries as well. So Canadian fellows, are you looking forward to the Galaxy Nexus? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: IntoMobile

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30 Comments

  1. Internetgarbage
    November 14, 21:49 Reply

    “Anyhow, this device will be featuring HSPA+ capability instead of LTE, whereas Bell will be offering LTE.”
    Can you please clarify…Will the phone be LTE or not?  That last sentence seems to say both.

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