There are still a lot of Canadians who use Blackberries because they like that type of physical keyboard that usually comes only with Blackberry devices. this is Motorola has built an Android 2.3 phone that looks and works physically a lot like a Blackberry, but with a more modern operating system and software. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Bell Mobility’
Bell is really pushing for the expansion of its LTE network, and they are trying to add as many LTE devices as possible to their offerings, in order to get as many customers as possible to sign-up for their LTE service. The Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE is another such device that will be arriving as early as December 7th. (more…)
Bell Mobility has a lot of superphones in its catalogue, but not everyone can afford the “super prices” that come along with them, too. So here comes the Bell LG Eclypse 4G, a lower-end Android 2.3 smartphone, for people who just want a decent smartphone without paying a small fortune for it. (more…)
Bell is pushing hard to promote their new LTE network with new devices that are Android based. The upcoming Bell LG Optimus LTE is one of their best and here’s why. (more…)
Bell Mobility has a lot of Android phones these days, and they keep adding them at a fast rate. Of course that’s no surprise when Android has been growing so fast on Bell, as well as any other network in the world. It’s a winning platform that now brings Google Movies and Ebooks to the Android Market alongside the over 300,000 applications. (more…)
Bell Mobility isn’t resting on its laurels, and now that they’ve started deploying their LTE network, they are trying to launch more and more LTE devices. The first one was the Bell HTC Raider 4G LTE, and on November 25th the Bell Optimus LTE should also make its appearance. Will it be worth the wait? Only one way to find out. (more…)
Bell has recently launched its super-speedy LTE network, and it’s not playing around. They are starting to aggressively expand it in more areas, so more of their customers can get the ultra-fast Internet speeds, together with their new LTE phones – the first being the Bell HTC Raider 4G LTE.
Bell has started expanding its network areas around Halifax Nova Scotia and Belleville Ontario. Halifax and Belleville join the areas of Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph with access to the new LTE network.
The customers in those areas who own a LTE devices or a LTE USB pen drive from Bell, can benefit from speeds of up to 4 times faster than their already fast 4G HSPA+ network. The newly released LTE phone from Bell, the HTC Raider 4G LTE is a dual core smartphone, with a 4.5″ display with a 960×540 resolution, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, 8 MP rear camera and 1.3 MP front-camera, and it runs Android 2.3. The phone costs $600 unlocked or $150 on a 3 year contract.
Bell is expected to release several other LTE devices and tablets in the near future including the LG Optimus LTE and possibly the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE tablet.
Now that Bell Mobility has just started rolling out its LTE network, it needed a LTE phone, too. Here comes the HTC Raider to rescue – Canada’s first LTE phone. Let’s take a look inside to see what kind of performance and Internet speeds this phone is bringing. (more…)
There’s a new iPhone in town (and at Bell Mobility), and that’s the appropriately named iPhone 4S. I say that because it’s basically the same iPhone from last year. However, it does come with some internal improvements, too. So let’s see why they are all about. (more…)
Android has been very successful all over the world, and it has managed to gain about 20% additional market share every year for the past 2 years. While this may not be surprising to many Android users, it may be to most Canadians, because according to Bell Mobility, Android is now their fastest-growing platform, surpassing even RIM, the national pride of Canada. (more…)