December 10, 2009 | by Evan Selleck
Looks like patrons of the Canadian variety have something to look forward to today: the Samsung Galaxy is available for purchase. It’s being offered by Bell, and as usual there’s a small heaping of price plans to go along with it, depending on the length of time you’re willing to sign over to the company.
The Galaxy is still packing the same specs though, not that that’s a bad thing at all, considering. We’ve got a 3.2″ AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 8GB of onboard memory which is upgradeable to 40GB via MicroSD, WiFi, a 1500 mAh battery, 5MP camera with LED flash and auto-focus, as well as video capture and video calling. Compared to the majority of other Android devices out there (or perhaps all of them), the Galaxy is a King amongst men. Even if the processor is the standard Qualcomm 528 MHz.
Sadly, the Galaxy still runs 1.5, so any prospective Android device owners should be well aware of that. If this is sounding like something you’d like to give a try with, you can head on over to Bell’s site and set it all up. A 3-year contract will get you the device for $99.95; 2-years for $299.95; 1-year for $399.95; and finally you can just buy the device out right for $449.95. Even out right this is a pretty good deal for what you’re getting, so is anyone out there planning on getting this? Anyone? Bueller?
[via Mobile Syrup]