HTC is working with Sprint, Sasktel, Rogers, Wind, Videotron and T-Mobile to release its Android 6.0 update for the HTC One M9 and One M8 over the next nine days. Mo Versi made the announcement late last night on Twitter, revealing that the One M9 update for Sasktel, Rogers, Wind and Videotron devices will be ... Read More »
Motorola has been busy announcing some new hardware, but it hasn’t been too busy to continue updating its devices. The first generation Moto X is rocking Android 4.4.4 on many carriers, and Canadian carrier Rogers is next.
If you own a Rogers Moto X, you should ... Read More »
As previously announced, AT&T put up the Galaxy Note for pre-order today to coincide with the big Super Bowl ad that Samsung plans to air during the 4th quarter. Those who pre-order now for $299 will receive the device by February 17th, two days before the official in-store date of February 19th.
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There’s no denying that the Sony Xperia S was one of our favorite Android phones at CES. The handset’s unique design certainly makes the phone stand out, but apparently Sony wasn’t ready to reveal all the handset’s secrets at this month’s trade show. According to a recent post on the company’s Facebook ... Read More »
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 »
T-Mobile and Rogers fans alike have a special leak in store for them today. Canadian-based MobileSyrup was at a Telus and Samsung sponsored concert last night and just so happened to snap a pic of the widely anticipated Samsung Hercules, the device rumored to be T-Mobile and Telus’ Galaxy S II variant.
Attention dear Canadian readers, you might want to hold off on buying that Android superphone you want so badly. Because this Friday, Best Buy will be selling a handful of Android devices for the lowest price possible: free. The giant retailer will be giving out the following phones with a 3-year contract:
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 »
Acer is still figuring out how to get their Android phones on a U.S. carrier, but at least they manged to load Android 2.1 on their latest release. The Acer Liquid E is a refresh of the original Acer Liquid with the addition of Eclair (Android 2.1). Mobile Syrup has confirmed ... Read More »
Canadian customers could see the X10 by April 12th.