There is a new dual-screen Android smartphone coming soon from ZTE - the world's fourth-largest smartphone company. This should be interesting!
Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime launched in the US back in April, but has found its way north to Canada. This smartphone has all the basics you'd expect of a Android device, and retails for under $250.
HUAWEI announced 3 new smartphones today; The Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Porsche Design HUAWEI Mate 10. The Mate 10 series have the world's first Kirin AI processor for a faster, more customized mobile experience.
Just a heads up to those of you on the Rogers network and using certain Samsung devices with an Android 6.0 or older operating system - you will not be able to reach 911 services until you update your device!
LG V30 was announced at IFA 2017 last month and we have been waiting to find out if it would come to Canada or not. Confirmation is now in!
On October 26th you'll be able to get the latest Sony Xperia device at Bell or Freedom Mobility. Capture unbelievable moments with Xperia XZ1's Motion Eye™ camera and the latest Sony memory-stacked sensor.
Posted on October 4, 2017 in Bell, Fido, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, Koodo Mobile, Product Reviews, Rogers, TELUS, US Industry News, Verizon Wireless, Videotron
Google's second generation of the Pixel and Pixel XL are available for preorder at major Canadian carriers. The Pixel 2 officially launches October 19th, and the Pixel 2 XL will follow a few weeks after. Google has also brought us a new generation of Daydream View VR, Google Home, and then some.
Drive smarter with a connected car. Starting October 2, TELUS will start offering Drive+. This plan will help with tracking and taking better of your car and includes features such as diagnostics and trouble notifications directly to your smartphone.
Rogers is offering a new worry-free data management feature. "Stream Saver" gives Share Everything customers control of their family data plans, letting them turn HD streaming on or off so that they can watch up to three times more video.
This impressive midrange phone with facial recognition technology will be arriving at Canadian carriers next Thursday, and will run around $450 CAD.
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