LG Optimus LTE but today we have a little treat, and that is this 4G LTE 720p packing smartphone is headed to AT&T as the LG Nitro HD. It was spotted in the wild back in September and was just recently launched on Bell Canada. With Bell sharing the same frequencies as AT&T we had a feeling it was coming soon, but this gives us even more confirmation.
Optimus LTE smartphone from LG was heading to Canada and would be landing on Bell. At the time, the thought was that the smartphone would be called the eye when it hit Bell. LG has confirmed that the Optimus LTE will be hitting Bell in Canada officially, but offers no firm launch date.
back in January and what you get here is a decent mid-range powered device with Android 2.3 Gingerbread but the rest of the specs might leave a little to be desired.
starting today. The MOTODEV site also announced today that it will also be headed to Canada, known as the XT860 4G. Don't let the 4G term in there make you all that angry, it wont be the same 4G LTE as many Verizon phones but it will have 4G HSPA+ while the Verizon Droid 3 only has 3G, but that is another story altogether.
Samsung Galaxy S II is headed to multiple carriers up in Canada according to some news of late. Everyone knows and has heard plenty about the Galaxy S II over the past few months but just for you guys here is our review anyways. The SGSII will be headed to a few carriers with one even offering it for the low low price of $79.99
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Bell Mobility has announced that it too will be offering the Motorola ATRIX 4G, with the Tegra 2 powered Android 2.2 superphone headed to the network in the coming months. As with AT&T, Bell will offer not only the ATRIX 4G but the pair of accessory docks: the HD Multimedia Dock and the Webtop laptop dock. Pricing for the Bell ATRIX 4G is yet to be announced. [via SlashGear]
HTC Desire HD for Telus Canada. Now the device has hit the FCC, this time with North American WCDMA 3G radios.