04/23/2013, The road to release for the BlackBerry Q10 has certainly been a long one as it was introduced alongside the Z10 back in January, but BlackBerry has since stayed pretty tight-lipped in regards to the device. A release in Canada was first said to be expected in the “coming weeks“ earlier this month with a rumor circulating possibly having the Q10 release on April 30. It looks like that rumored release date […]
11/04/2011, After surfacing in quite a number of leaks, the LG Optimus LTE was finally launched in Korea early last October. Though LG didn’t launch the phone in the US, it looks like we’re possibly one step closer to getting it – Bell Canada officially announced yesterday that its customers will have “exclusive access to the Optimus LTE. LG’s Optimus LTE features a 4.5″ 720p HD display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, […]
10/27/2011, Enterprise users looking to get their hands on an Android smartphone will be pleased to hear that Motorola together with Bell Canada have officially announced the Motorola Pro+ 4G. The device is expected to make its debut on the 7th of November and will be available for subscribers on Bell Canada for $350 off contract.
12/28/2010, We’re still waiting to get our mittens on the HTC Desire HD and now it seems that we’re inching closer to doing so. A device bearing the model number PD98120 has paid a visit to the FCC and it supports the WCDMA bands II and V, making it compatible with carriers such as AT&T, Bell, Telus and Rogers. Considering that the original European version of the Desire HD had the […]
12/20/2010, Bell subscribers out there who are rocking the Galaxy S might want to take note. Word is out that the carrier has pulled the phone’s Android 2.2 Froyo update after many users who attempted the upgrade via Samsung’s Kies desktop software ended up with inaccessible internal storage, which definitely isn’t the desired result of a software upgrade. Hopefully this issue will be sorted out soon, but if you’ve been thinking […]
06/04/2010, While the iPhone OS and Android might be enjoying plenty of dominance in the mobile scene at the moment, let’s not forget that Microsoft is looking to come back strong with its Windows Phone 7 OS. Now reports are in that five Windows Phone 7 devices from HTC have been picked up by various wireless carriers. First up is the HTC Gold_W (with the “W” indicating it’s a CDMA + […]
05/05/2010, Hot on the heels of Bell’s Novatel Wireless MiFi recall, Canadian wireless carrier Rogers Wireless has also issued a recall notice, calling for all its Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 Rocket mobile hotspot devices to come home, due to the faulty battery. Owners of the device will be receiving a pre-addressed and pre-paid envelope, allowing them to send the device back. Owners should receive the device back within 7 to 10 […]
04/22/2010, Looking forward to getting hold of the BlackBerry Pearl 9105 that sports a T9 keyboard instead of the traditional QWERTY keyboard? Leaked inventory screenshots showing the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 (a version of the Pearl 9105) should be launching in Canada soon on Rogers and Bell. According to the leak, the devices will be going for $450 CAD ($451) without any subsidies. Do you think the T9 keyboard will be good […]
03/29/2010, BlackBerry fans who are on Bell’s network will want to take note that the carrier is lining up the BlackBerry Storm 9550 to be launched on the 13th of April. Apparently the 9550 will be priced from $349.95 to $499.95 depending on the contract period, or you can pick up the phone without a contract for $549.95. Specifications for the CDMA BlackBerry Storm 9550 include:
03/16/2010, Google has finally made available paid apps for the Android Market in Canada, and we suppose this happened after Google and major Canadian carriers have finally come to an agreement with regards to this issue. If you happen to rock to Rogers, Telus, Bell or Fido, expect to see paid apps pop up anytime soon.
02/24/2010, Bell is offering its Mobile TV for iPhone, where you will be able to enjoy a bunch of channels including CBC News Network, CTV, MuchMusic, Rogers Sportsnet, Treehouse, The Weather Network, and live coverage of NHL games and the 2010 Winter Olympics. There is a catch to this though – it works only over 3G, and will require you to fork out the $8 monthly fee for mobile video services. […]
12/19/2009, If you’ve been thinking that the Palm Pre is too expensive for you, you’ll certainly welcome the holiday season, especially since Bell is offering the Palm Pre for full with a new Bell contract. Considering that the last time we reported on the Pre’s pricing in Canada, it was $199.99 with a 3-year contract, this is certainly beneficial to the consumer, don’t you think? Will a free Palm Pre be […]
12/10/2009, Bell has just released its latest Android-powered handset, the Samsung Galaxy, where it will retail for $99.95 on a 3-year contract while those who prefer to forge their own path will have to fork out $449.95 sans contract. Sounds like a tall order to garner decent sales results since Rogers is offering the HTC Dream, Magic and LG Eve for $79.99 or less while Telus has the uber popular HTC […]
12/07/2009, Bell will be launching the Nokia N97 (at long last) this coming December 10th, although there is still no information on pricing just yet but the situation ought to change pretty soon. Guess our friends living in the Great White North will just have to be a little bit patient, and if you know anyone who is hankering after the Nokia N97 this Christmas, you no longer have the excuse […]