This impressive midrange phone with facial recognition technology will be arriving at Canadian carriers next Thursday, and will run around $450 CAD.
Not long after the launch of the modular A50, Alcatel is back with another affordable smartphone - the U50.
Posted on September 15, 2017 in Bell, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, Koodo Mobile, MTS, Rogers, Samsung, Sasktel, TELUS, US Industry News, Videotron
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 just launched (On the same day that the iPhone 8 preorders launched. Hmm.). We've compiled a list of Canadian carriers that have the Note8 in stock.
The 4th generation of moto x has advanced dual rear cameras for your best photos yet. Plus, a beautiful contoured glass and metal frame with an IP68 water resistance rating. Coming to North America soon.
Introducing the newest smartphone in the LG V-series. LG V30 launches in South Korea on September 21st, and will be be headed to North America shortly after. It is the first device to make use of T-Mobile's fancy new 600MHz LTE network, and is also compatible with Google Daydream Virtual Reality.
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.
Posted on August 23, 2017 in AT&T, Bell, Cricket Wireless, Freedom Mobile, Google/Android, Industry News, Industry Trends, Koodo Mobile, MTS, Product Reviews, Rogers, Samsung, Sasktel, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, U.S. Cellular, US Industry News, Verizon Wireless, Videotron
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note8 today, and pre-orders are open at Samsung.ca. The official launch date will September 15th, when it will become available at major Canadian and US carriers (along with a new and improved Gear VR headset).
The Alcatel A50 smartphone hit the market at the end of July and has made its way up to Canada. It is currently available through Koodo and TELUS Mobility.
Andy Rubin's Essential PH-1 smartphone is finally on the move. Canadians who registered early with TELUS can pre-order theirs as of today, along with the perk of discounted 360-degree camera.
This is not the first time that a US carrier has launched their own smartphone, but the T-Mobile REVVL is worth mentioning because of the bang you will get for your buck... 5 bucks per month.
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