Bell Canada has officially confirmed that the LG Optimus LTE will be coming in late November with a price of about CA$629.95.
Previous reports have announced the LG Optimus LTE going to Bell with no official confirmation from either LG or Bell. But, this time, Bell has put up the landing page for the LTE phone, making it undeniable that the device is surely coming to Bell’s line-up of Android devices for November.
Bell has not issued any official announcement about the estimated price, but it does mention the price in the contest rules for the promotional campaign that Bell is doing for the LG Optimus LTE.
The Canadian carrier is giving away five units of the LG Optimus LTE. Qualified participants can take a chance by tweeting about it.
The LG Optimus LTE has a 4.5-inch touchscreen display that’s relatively wider than the usual. It also has a High Definition display—dubbed as “True HD IPS display.” Its 1280×720 pixels screen resolution makes it better than that of the iPhone 4 display, indeed. This should you make you watch your next movies at better quality.
The smartphone is slim at 10.4 mm only. Its battery rating strikes 1,830 mAh, making it not that really bad at all. And, Bell fits right into the picture as the phone possesses LTE capabilities. Its mobile download speed can reach up to 75 Mbps.
It also sports a 1.5-GHz dual-core processor in addition to Bell’s fast wireless speed. This makes the device more of a handy computer (in terms of speed) than your usual mobile phone.
Any Canadian excited about this powerful LTE superphone coming to Bell?
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