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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.
A multimedia powerhouse, Razer's first flagship smartphone is here. Built for gamers by gamers, the Razer Phone aims to be the "ultimate in mobile entertainment".
It's official - Samsung is launching a rugged tablet in the very near future, and it means business. The Galaxy Tab Active2 is the second generation of the Tab Active launched back in 2014.
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.
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.
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