Bell Brings Nokia N97 for ‘Social Butterflies’ in Canada

by Anuradha on December 13, 2009

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Sleek is sheek – especially when it comes to the new Nokia N97 smartphone.  And the best part is, the wait is over.  Bell Canada has beaten other carriers in the race to bring this highly personalizable device to North America

You can customize N97’s homescreen with your own web content, widgets and contacts. This device is ideal for Facebook fans who will get to make and take phone-to-phone video calls with other Bell Mobility clients from their Facebook friends.

This facility has been made possible through a unique Bell Video Calling service available exclusively on Bell Mobility’s new HSPA network. Bell’s service works with an application built on Facebook platform allowing users to talk with their friends who have access to an internet connection.

Nokia N97 operates on Bell’s all-new HSPA network, and enables customers to enjoy this fast, large and reliable mobile network in Canada. You can also avail these facilities while roaming in 200 countries worldwide. It is exciting to have an uninterrupted dialogue with friends in the US while travelling to say Europe or Asia.

A full touchscreen and a slide out QWERTY keyboard simplify messaging, and chatting is possible with pre-installed IM. A 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 32 GB of memory on board and expandable memory of up to 16 GB increase its usefulness.

Bell has launched this smartphone at time when most people are on the look- out for gift ideas. The $200 Nokia N97 smartphone will help increase Bell’s year end sales. They can also more effectively compete with carriers that strive to make phone calls available on social platforms.

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