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The BlackBerry KEY2 launches on July 6th, 2018 in Canada and includes some new and improved functions over its predecessor, the BlackBerry KEYone.
With 2018 not even two weeks away we are taking a look back at all of the phones & smartphones that were released in Canada in 2017. We saw 38 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.
BlackBerry is launching a new Black Edition of the KEYone smartphone in October. It doesn't look much different from the original silver version, but does come with double the internal storage space and more RAM.
Although the general consensus is that the smartphone market has become overly saturated, there were still some memorable moments!

BlackBerry KEYone Coming to Canada

Posted on March 1, 2017 in BlackBerry
"Distinctively different. Distinctively BlackBerry." BlackBerry KEYone is coming soon, but Canadians can already sign-up to get first dibs on one.
There are significant pricing differences between wireless providers in Saskatchewan/Manitoba/Quebec and the rest of Canada. We have created an infographic, which is updated monthly, to reflect the current varying costs for the same service across the provinces. Click through for the full details.
There are significant pricing differences between wireless providers in Saskatchewan/Manitoba/Quebec and the rest of Canada. We have created an infographic, which is updated monthly, to reflect the current varying costs for the same service across the provinces. Click through for the full details.
There are significant pricing differences between wireless providers in Saskatchewan/Manitoba/Quebec and the rest of Canada. We have created an infographic, which is updated monthly, to reflect the current varying costs for the same service across the provinces. Click through for the full details.
There are significant pricing differences between wireless providers in Saskatchewan/Manitoba/Quebec and the rest of Canada. We have created an infographic, which is updated monthly, to reflect the current varying costs for the same service across the provinces. Click through for the full details.
Google has released their annual look back at a year in search for 2015. Of the top technology related searches by Canadians it included 4 smartphones, Windows 10, Apple Watch and various popular apps. Click through for the full list.

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