LG Eclypse 4G launched by Bell and Virgin Mobile

One of the best thing about Android is that it’s available in many packages. For example, you can buy the best smartphone in town or you can get the budget friendly Android phone, choice is yours. If you live in Canada and are looking to get a low-cost subsidized 4G Android phone, then we have one you should check out. Today, Bell and Virgin Mobile officially launched the LG Eclypse 4G, an Android powered device featuring a sliding QWERTY keyboard, which is perfect for teenagers.

Bell is offering the device for free with a 3-yr contract, while Virgin is offering it for $49.99 with a three-year term or Virgin Mobile SuperTab. This budget friendly device comes with a single core 1GHz processor, Android 2.3, a 3.5 inch touchscreen display, 1GB internal storage, 5 megapixels with flash, video support up to 720p and also features a microSD slot. However, if you are planning to buy the device without any contract, then both carriers are offering the device for $249.

If you don’t mind signing up for 3-years, getting a low/mid-range 4G device for free may be just what you’re looking for. For more information, follow the links below.

Source: Virgin and Bell via AndroidSPIN

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  • Nice device!

  • Lady D

    This phone is perfect for me.
    1. Great sound and clarity for phone calls;
    2. Slide-out full keyboard makes texting quick and easy. I like the touch of the smooth keys.
    3. Electronic key-pad to dial a call is cool.
    4. 4G speed & android makes this a very fast phone
    5. Large touch-screen is awesome
    6. Camera takes great photos.
    7. An expensive Data Plan is not required on this super cool phone.

    During the first week the battery drained really fast because I spent a lot of time on the phone to explore all the icons, wallpapers and set phone options. After the 2nd week, battery drainage was no longer an issue.