Bell is one of the biggest names in Canadian cellular providers, though concerns were raised over what Bell was doing with Windows Phone 8 support. Now we know that they're planning to release two Windows Phone 8 handsets to their network - and neither of them is the Lumia 920.
The Lumia 920 has caught quite a lot of attention, both for what it can do and what it can't, but there's no denying it has been heavily publicized. The specific handsets Bell intends to release aren't yet known, but the company is pretty open about what is being done.
If we were taking a guess, Bell's two WP8 handsets would be from HTC, who have promised awesome hardware, and Samsung's ATIV S, but this is speculation. They might even release a Lumia 920 at some point, if demand was enough to make it happen.
If the previous Lumia models are anything to go by, Nokia's entries are going to be something to keep an eye on, packing new features other phones don't officially have. I named the Lumia 800 as my favorite looking smartphone on the market, and Nokia seems to be maintaining a similar design style for the future.
Source and image: Mobile Syrup