It’s been nearly one month since the Galaxy Nexus was first announced, but Canada’s three largest carriers (Rogers, Bell and Telus) have all announced their launch plans for the pure Google device.
Bell will be the first carrier in Canada to release the handset, starting in early December. No specific date has been handed out ... Read More »
Canadians, rejoice! Thanks to an email from Samsung Canada, we now know that the Nexus Prime will indeed be available on Canadian soil.
The email doesn’t provide many specifics, price or release date, but select quotes indicate that Google’s next pure experience device could be available within weeks of tonight’s announcement.
As cheesy as some ... Read More »
Want to see what the future of T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network looks like? Just head north and check out Canada’s Bell Mobility which is launching the first HSPA+ device that supports maximum download speeds of 42 Mbps.
T-Mobile’s current 4G HSPA+ network tops off at 21 Mbps, but the carrier already announced they would Read More »
While we may still be waiting for our own version of the HTC Legend to hit the streets here in the United States, out neighbors to the north can now get their hands on the phone from Virgin Mobile. The HTC Legend can be purchased for $79.99 with a three year contract, but if ... Read More »
Canadians looking for more Android in their lives will be happy to hear that they may be receiving the HTC Legend in the near future. Canadian Android news site Mobile Syrup was tipped off that the 2.1-sporting, 3.2-inch-AMOLED phone will be appearing as an exclusive to provider Bell.
Bell has had a run of bad luck ... Read More »
The FCC’s releases are fickle swamp to wade through, but every once and awhile you find something interesting. The label above, posted today, might look a little confusing, but according to Engadget it’s a match for the sticker found inside the HTC Legend.
The FCC filing explains that the phone might be headed for a ... Read More »
Telus Motorola Milestone users are celebrating their ability to upgrade to 2.1.
Distimo releases list of top 10 downloads for apps and games.
So what’s your first purchase going to be, eh?
It has been nearly nine months since Google-based phones came to Canada.