On the one hand, Bell offers the Samsung Galaxy W, a mid-range smartphone running on the Android 2.3 operating system. It is powered by a single core processor at 1.4 GHz, sports a 3.7-inch LCD screen, 3G connectivity of 14.4 Mbps for data and 4 GB of internal space with a microSDHC card slot.
Bell’s edition, as in most of their devices, says the company’s own applications. The price is the real selling point, costing $ 50 in a three-year contract and only $ 250 without contract.
Telus, Bell’s rival company, also has the distinction of being the first company in North America to offer the BlackBerry Curve 9380. This phone is completely touch, leave the keyboard for greater 3.2-inch screen with 360 x 480 resolution. Bring inside a 800MHz processor, 512MB of internal storage and a 5 megapixel camera with flash.
Despite the difference in hardware, the price of BlackBerry Curve 9380 on Telus is $ 50 with contract and $ 350 without contract.