Users overseas may have been a bit jealous that the United States has been getting their updates to Jelly Bean on the Galaxy S III earlier than just about everyone else. If you’ve been anxious to get that update on your device, well you’re in luck! Samsung Canada has announced via a tweet that they
If you live in Canada and want the new Moto X Style, you’re in luck. Motorola has just announced that device will be available for sale starting August 21st, this Friday. 48-hour battery. Water-resistant. 21MP camera. Choose the phone that loves you back: #MotoXPlay. IN STORES FRIDAY. pic.twitter.com/S68uvJ6xZF — Motorola Canada (@Motorola_CA) August 18, 2015
The Xperia Z2 might be Sony’s current flagship, but the Japanese manufacturer has mostly ignored it when it comes to updates to Android 4.4.4, instead choosing to update the Xperia Z1 and Z1 Compact instead. Android 4.4.4 started rolling out to the unlocked version of the Xperia Z1 last month, and now the update is making
After pushing out an update that brought its new Sense 6.0 UI to the HTC One max on Sprint, HTC is now streaming the same update to its 2013 flagship in Canada. The 668MB update is available for all carriers, including Rogers, Bell and TELUS and can be downloaded over the air via the automatic notification
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.
Prime or no Prime version in the pipeline, Samsung’s “standard” Galaxy S5 is still poised to lead Android smartphone sales for the next six to nine months. Regardless of what analysts anticipate, and increasing competitiveness of rivals LG or Sony, Sammy’s marketing juggernaut is a well enough oiled machine to secure healthy buzz once the
Just this week President of HTC Americas Jason Mackenzie made an announcement basically saying that the Android KitKat update for the HTC One is going to be delayed since it is still in the certification process. “We are currently in the certification phase across all of our carrier partners in North America, and they share
Developing an app for Android is one thing, but making sure it works well across the plethora of Android smartphones and tablets out in the wild today can be a daunting task, especially for independent developers that can’t get their hands on too many devices for actual testing. But if you’re a developer based in
The Nexus 4 has been one of the most loved Android devices, with super-fast updates to the latest operating system and an incredibly cheap off-contract price, Google really found a winning strategy. Sadly, the Nexus 4 is getting on in life and Canada’s second largest carrier Bell has decided to give it the “end of
The moment you jumbo-sized Android smartphone lovers have been waiting for roughly 12 months now has finally arrived. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the sequel to the best phablet yet, has been “Unpacked”, looking awesome albeit not as game-changing as some expected. Why buy it? Sans fingerprint recognition technology, with a smaller display than it
Since recently, there have been murmurs of Verizon expanding its network into Canadian territory. But it seems like those were only rumors as the Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam has categorically stated that it will not head into Canada, thereby laying all the rumors and reports to rest. He also said that the reports were
Rogers is the only carrier selling the Moto X in Canada, and it seems like third party retailers in the country are set out to undercut each other with each passing week. A retailer called The Real Canadian SuperStore has been spotted selling the Moto X for just $149.99 with a two year contract. This