Bell Samsung Galaxy Ace II x launch delayed until November 22nd


  • tech

    Anyone knows price of this outright?

    • CanadianStatus

      With those entry level specs for Dec 2012, they were rumours about a $199 outright price.

      Considering that Bell, Telus, Koodo and Virgin will have it, you can expect a price of $149 from one of them.

      The HTC One V (A similar specs-phone)sells for $150-$180.

      If they put it at $250, you can add $50 more and get a Nexus 4!

    • iphoneee

      NEXUS 4 FTW!!!!!!!(And this is coming from an iSheep)

  • Brad F(anboy)

    Not really a big deal. I mean, it’s not like this was a highly anticipated phone or anything, just another run-of-the-mill cheap phone.

    • CanadianStatus

      Operators and manufacturers have to accept the fact that entry Level is $149 and under!

      More than that and starts getting too close to the Nexus 4-8GB at $310.

      Middle level is OWNED by the N4 at $310-$360

      Flagship level has to justify the LTE, and SD Card-lacking in the N4. More than $100-$150 for any/both of them and people will decide/figure out a way to live without those things and save that money.

      the $600 phones are so 2011, for this season expect the S3 to drop to $499 and the others to follow or FAIL.

  • Brad

    The HTC One V currently goes for $200 on the Koodo site and the Samsung galaxy ii s, retails for $300 on the site. An entry level price for the phone would be around $200 but since there’s going to be holiday pricing, $150 sounds about right. Just hoping that the Galaxy ii s goes on sale for $200-$250 around that time(Nov 22).