HTC Desire Z Gets Priced on Bell Canada

November 3, 2010, By Alex Ion

Bell Canada users have another option to choose from if they want to bag a new handset, as the company has officially announced availability for the HTC Desire Z. Slated as a “superfast Android smartphone”, the Desire Z will be available on a three-year contract that will cost you $129.95, or contract free for $499.95.

In the middle you have the option to get your signature on a two-year settlement that costs $449.95 or a one-year settlement that will be $474.95. That’s obviously not the best deal we’ve seen if you compare it with the contract-free price tag, so why strain yourself like that? Right?

For those of you who’d like to know more about the Desire Z, this is a ctually a T-Mobile G2, the one that’s available in the US.

The handset is slated with Android 2.2 under the hood, runs on a rather sluggish 800MHz processor, is capable of  HSPA+ 3G speeds (up to 14.4 Mbps) and features a slideout QWERTY keyboard and a 3.7-inch touchscreen display (480 x 800 WVGA) with pinch-to-zoom capability.

Other interesting specs include a 5 megapixel camera with flash and 720p HD video recording,  512 MB of RAM, Wi-Fi b/g/n connectivity with DLNA home entertainment support and GPS.

Convinced? Will it be on your Christmas shopping list?

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