Bell and Samsung announced the upcoming exclusive launch of the new Galaxy S II HD LTE superphone – the only Galaxy S II device to feature dual-core processing, 4G LTE and an HD display.
“Offering customers the hottest superphones like the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE supports Bell’s commitment to deliver the best mobile devices across world-leading next-generation broadband networks,” said Adel Bazerghi, Senior Vice President of Products at Bell Mobility. “The Galaxy S II has proven to be one of the most popular devices available anywhere. With the addition of a crystal clear HD Super AMOLED display and blazing fast 4G LTE, this already amazing superphone just got better.”
“The Samsung Galaxy S II has seen tremendous sales success worldwide, selling over 10 million units in 10 months,” said Paul Brannen, Vice President, Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics Canada. “We are thrilled that Bell customers will soon be able to experience the power of HD LTE on the best-selling Samsung Galaxy S II.”
Leveraging Bell’s next-generation 4G LTE network, the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE offers superior web browsing, downloading, file sharing and high-quality video streaming. When outside 4G LTE coverage areas, the Galaxy S II HD LTE switches automatically and seamlessly to the fastest available HSPA+ network speeds.
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The Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE brings videos to life in stunning 1080p HD quality thanks to its 4.65″ (118mm) HD Super AMOLED display. And 26 live channels, the best live sports, and an extensive library of on-demand content on the industry-leading Bell Mobile TV service, customers can also have instant access to their favourite programming.
The Galaxy S II HD LTE is upgradeable to Android 4.0. This update will be available in coming months.
Ready for business, the Galaxy S II HD LTE supports e-mail, contact and calendar synchronization alongside state-of-the-art security features including IP-based encryption for safe mobile access to critical assets.