HTC Desire Z heading to Bell Canada the first week of November
Leaked documents from Bell reveal that the HTC Desire Z is slated to hit store shelves on November 3rd. Just like it’s U.S. cousin (the T-Mobile G2), the HTC Desire Z will be the first smartphone to support HSPA+ speeds in Canada. The HTC Desire Z will feature Android 2.2 with HTC Sense 2.0 which will allow users to take advantage of the phone’s integration into HTC new htcsense.com site. Users will be able to remotely locate, lock, and manage their handset through the web as well as customize it will scenes, skins, wallpapers, and notification sounds.
As always, pricing is the one thing we’re still missing. But since Bell is selling the Samsung Galaxy S for a mere $149.95 with a new three year contract, we wouldn’t expect the HTC Desire Z to sell for any more.
Source: Boy Genius Report