Samsung GALAXY Note in White Coming to TELUS on April 4

It will go on sale for as low as $199.99 CAD on contract

By on April 3rd, 2012 00:01 GMT

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note in Canada back in February. All three major carriers, TELUS, Rogers and Bell added the smartphone to their portfolios.

Just like the AT&T variant, the Canadian version comes with an enhanced processor and a slightly different design in comparison with the European model.

Starting April 4, TELUS customers will be able to grab the white-themed Galaxy Note. The folks over at MobileSyrup got their hands on an internal document which confirms the white flavored Galaxy Note will come to TELUS airwaves tomorrow.

Customers who prefer the white color over the carbon blue can purchase the Galaxy Note for the same $779.99 CAD suggested retail price.

Those who cannot afford the no-term price of the smartphone can grab the Galaxy Note for as low as $199.99 CAD with a new three-year agreement.

Obviously, the white version comes with the same features as the carbon blue variant. The phone is equipped with a dual core Qualcomm MSM8660 Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.5 GHz, which is complemented by an Adreno 220 GPU and 1 GB of RAM.

 The 16GB storage amount is just enough for the average user, but the amount can be further enhanced via microSD card up to 32GB.

Software-wise, Galaxy Note is powered by Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and Samsung's TouchWiz UI. However, the smartphone is already scheduled for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, which is expected to arrive in the following weeks.

The phone also comes with an S Pen stylus and a huge 5.3-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display that supports HD (800 x 1280 pixels) resolution, and features Corning Gorilla Glass coating.

Another strong point of the Galaxy Note is the impressive 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, LED flash and full HD (1080p) video recording. The phone embeds a high-capacity 2500 mAh Li-Ion battery, which is rated by the manufacturer for up to 250 hours of standby time or up to 10 hours of talk time.

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