The Sony Xperia Z2 was announced to be exclusive to carrier Bell in Canada, something that might limit the device’s reach. However, this doesn’t mean that are on other carriers cannot buy Sony’s latest flagship, as the Japanese manufacturer has started taking pre-orders for the unlocked variant of the Z2 via its official website.
Equally as speedy, pretty much even in the build quality department and each featuring top-shelf audio, imaging, battery or software add-ons such as BoomSound, Dual Camera, Ultra Power Saving Mode or Air gestures, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and HTC’s One M8 are nearly impossible to separate on paper. Most reviewers say it’s incredibly hard to choose
If you’re in Canada and are looking to pick up Sony’s latest flagship, you’ll have no option but to purchase the handset from Bell. The company has announced that it has gotten exclusive rights to sell the Xperia Z2 on Canadian soil, and has confirmed that the device will be made available sometime in May.
The Sony Xperia Z will be stopping by in Canada “later this month”, according to a press statement. If you recall, the Xperia Z also made its way to the U.S via T-Mobile very recently. The smartphone will be offered exclusively on Bell in Canada for an undisclosed amount. The carrier has even setup a
There’s a lot riding on Galaxy S4’s popular success for Samsung, the current unchallenged smartphone heavyweight champ. The Full HD 5-incher is the follow-up to the GS3, which has arguably been the biggest blockbuster in Android history. You can imagine the pressure Samsung might feel right now to deliver, especially with so much stronger competition
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is the new kid in the Android town, although Android 4.2 (also Jelly Bean) is officially the latest version of Android. But manufacturers have been hurrying to get the update running on their latest flagships like Samsung and HTC did with the Galaxy S III and the One X respectively. While
Today is a good day to be the owner of a Canadian Galaxy S III. Samsung announced the Jelly Bean update for the device a couple of days ago, and now those with a Galaxy S III on Bell, Rogers, TELUS and Virgin are reporting that they are seeing notifications that the update to Android
Samsung has announced that they are now shipping the critically acclaimed Samsung galaxy Note 2 to Canadian retailers and will be available to purchase within the next two weeks or so. TELUS, WIND, and Mobilicity will be offering the Note II. Bell and Rogers have also confirmed that they will be carrying this device. In fact, these two retailers
Our Canadian friends will be happy to know that the HTC Raider is now available from Bell. The Raider is Bell’s first 4G/LTE device. The HTC Raider is expected to be able to reach download speeds of 75 Mbps eventually, however right now it should do just fine surfing the net between 12 and 25
The most sought after phone this year has got to be the Samsung Galaxy S II. Although the T-Mobile version has clearly appeared in pictures, and every other carriers variant has been rumored, it’s still not here stateside. If you can’t wait you can get it unlocked now. NewEgg Canada is carrying the unlocked Samsung
It seems like just last November Samsung was bringing the first true Android tablet to market in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Actually it was November when they did that. When the 7″ Android 2.2 Froyo tablet was released the pricing was near $600 US and actually $649 at Bell in Canada. Well
So how aboat that! Our Canadian friends are getting the Samsung Nexus S. The Samsung Canada website has added this Nexus S splash to their website. Candian mobile tech sites, including mobilesyrup, are reporting that the Canadian version of the Nexus S will be available on TELUS, Bell, Rogers, Videotron,Wind, Mobilicity, Fido and more. The
The Motorola Atrix is headed to Canadian carrier Bell on March 17th. The Atrix introduced last month on AT&T Wireless, was the must have phone at CES 2011. The Motorola Atrix when combined with the Lapdock (over $800) or the HDMI kit can turn into a home theater machine, desktop or laptop. The price for