Samsung Galaxy Note lands in Canada via Telus, Bell and Rogers
The Samsung Galaxy Note has been around for a while now, the device really doesn’t need a special introduction. It’s a superb device from what I can tell. It seems that Canadian carriers are impressed with this amazing device as well. Today Rogers, Bell and Telus, the three major networks of Canada officially launched the Galaxy Note and it’s now available for purchase. If you are interested, you can get your hands on it by signing a 3-year contract for $199.99 or just get it without contract starting from $699 – $779.
About the specs, it comes with Android OS 2.3.6 Gingerbread with TouchWIZ, and we heard that it will receive Android 4.0 update somewhere in March. Other things under the hood are a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor, 5.3 inch 1280 x 800 with Gorilla Glass, and it’s a LTE enabled device.
If you live in Canada and are looking for one of the best Samsung devices, then don’t forget to try this on. Are you sold? Tell us in the comment box below.
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