LG Canada has announced that the newly unveiled G2 will be coming to the country sometime during fall, with no hint of a date or even a month. They also gave a preliminary list of carriers and retailers that will be selling the device.
The new Nexus 7 by ASUS and Google has only been available for a couple of weeks, and now those in Canada can finally get their hands on one themselves. It looks like the new Nexi has finally arrived from multiple retailers and outlets in Canada, and is also readily available right from Google on the Play Store.
Sony has a winner on hand with the Xperia Z 5-inch waterproof phone for their flagship device of 2013, and it's about to hit Canada. Last week Sony announced it will arrive exclusively in the US on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, and today they've confirmed Bell in Canada will be enjoying their latest smartphone too.
Canada is where I currently live, and people are going crazy. You see, right now, there is a heavy monopoly of our wireless network by Telus, Bell, and Rogers. That equates to super high phone bills. That could soon change however, if Verizon has its way.
For all those folks living North of the U.S. we have some excellent news to share. In case you haven't been paying attention or seeing TV ad spots, Samsung's GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone is available starting today across Canada on most major carriers. The launch isn't going quite as smooth as they planned, but it's now readily available.
Carriers across the U.S. have been busy updating and improving their networks to 4G LTE speeds, but they aren't the only ones. We usually hear reports of Verizon, AT&T, and recently T-Mobile boasting their networks, but today's about Rogers up in Canada. They've recently confirmed 7 new locations will be getting the LTE treatment.
Today we're getting tons of exciting news from the AllThingsD Dive into Mobile conference, and now we have some interesting news for you Facebook fans. First it was Google news, and now Facebook is up to the plate confirming that Facebook Home will be available to those outside of the U.S. later today. That means you Canada, as well as many others.
Facebook Home is set to arrive on the Google Play Store for Android come April 12th, but it will only be available in the U.S. and will be limited to a select few Android smartphones only. Mostly from HTC and Samsung, but don't worry folks because more users should get it soon. Reports are now confirming that Facebook's new Home will launch in Canada a few weeks after the U.S.
If you're the proud owner of the rugged little Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE over in Canada on Telus and Bell, we have some good news for you. The device has been waiting for an update, and that time has finally arrived. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is on its way to your rugged smartphones as we speak, so read on for additional details below.
For those Android loving users up in Canada that have been hoping to be able to use Google's Play Store gift cards, we have some good news. After Google initially launched the service in the US only, it's slowly making its way to other regions around the globe. Earlier this month they launched Gift cards for the UK, and we're hearing Canada is next.