Here’s some great news for green-minded Canadians out there looking to get a hold of the latest environmentally-friendly mobile phones in the market. Word is that Bell will be releasing the new Samsung Reclaim sometime next month.
The Reclaim will be joining the likes of the Motorola Renew and will no doubt help fortify the green movement as far as the mobile phone front is concerned in Canada. However, the Reclaim looks to be more of a viable option between the two as it features a full-QWERTY keypad as well as a 2.4-inch 320x240 display, 2-megapixel camera with video recording capabilities, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, and microSDHC card support of up to 32GB in capacity. All of that and the fact that it’s made of corn-based bio-plastic and 80% of this phone is actually recyclable making this a very tempting device for environmentally conscious individuals.
Sprint has already announced this device in the US, and based on this latest news, it’s now headed for Bell as well. No official word though on the Bell’s pricing scheme or when they’ll release this baby in the country, but Mobilesyrup estimates this should be available beginning mid-September.