Top Canadian Google Technology searches of 2017 include the Apple iPhone 8, iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, Nokia 3310 and the Razer Phone.
With 2018 just two weeks away we are taking a look back at all of the phones & smartphones that were released in Canada in 2017. We saw 37 phones released this year with LG leading the way with 8 phones. Click through for a breakdown by manufacturer, month and full list of phones.
Huawei's Honor 7X smartphone is now available in the US. A decent and affordable Android device with average features, the Honor 7X at least has a big 5.93-inch display going for it.
iHeartRadio Canada's new and improved mobile app is available on Sonos, Apple Watch, Apple CarPlay, Android Wear, and Android Auto and provides access to over a thousand live radio stations of all sorts.
If you live in South Korea you'll be able to purchase the new Burgundy Red colourway of the Samsung Galaxy S8. It will follow to select international markets soon, but noone knows when or where.
Despite rumors that the LG G6 Plus would not be coming to Canada, it is suddenly available exclusively at Quebec's Vidéotron. Nearly identical to the LG G6, the Plus has more storage space and comes in new exciting colours.
OnePlus' newest smartphone is available today at oneplus.net. The 5T is similar to it's predecessor - the OnePlus 5 - but comes with a larger 6-inch display and upgraded camera.
Shortly after T-Mobile unveiled the REVVL budget smartphone in August, they have followed up with a REVVL PLUS. It comes with a larger display and battery, a more powerful processor and upgraded cameras.
TCL Communication has confirmed that BlackBerry Motion will launch at multiple Canadian carriers as of November 10th. The Motion is similar to the BlackBerry KEYone, minus the Qwerty keyboard.
"HTC U11 life gives you the best innovations from HTC U11 without putting the squeeze on your wallet". The U11 life packs a tonne of flagship-features into a midrange device. Now available in Canada.
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