Galaxy S III. They've launched the Note II with Jelly Bean already installed, so we all figured the wait wouldn't be too long. However the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (not 4.2) has only arrived for a few Galaxy S III models, particularly T-Mobile here in the US. Yesterday Samsung confirmed the folks in Canada will be enjoying it soon though.
+Google TV regarding their music and movie offerings. As many of you know, Google Play Music and Movies are only available in select regions and countries. A list that is even smaller for those wanting the services on Google TV. Today Google's announced the UK, Canada and more are all getting everything Google has to offer.
Galaxy Nexus up in Canada. It looks like the flagship Nexus device is finally getting the much anticipated and awaited update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Google announced it back in June and said it would arrive mid July -- which it did for the international version. Carrier branded models sadly have waited a bit longer and Verizon's is completely missing in action.
Galaxy S III around June 20th and it will be rocking a dual-core processor instead, one that is capable of 4G LTE. More details and press release info after the break.
regional carrier Videotron put up their standard sign-up page for the Galaxy S III, Rogers has begun taking pre-orders for the flagship device. Current Rogers customers can reserve theirs at this website, and prospective switchers can sign up for information. Unfortunately, there's no word on pricing or availability.
Galaxy S III has been confirmed by smaller French-Canadian carrier Videotron, stating flat-out that Samsung's flagship is coming to their network on said date. Pricing and availability weren't detailed, but the standard sign-up form has been posted. Also note that this is the white version - the Pebble Blue shortage will likely follow into the Americas.
Galaxy S III here in the US (on any carrier) but our friends north of the border have a little more information today, MobileSyrup spotted the Galaxy S III in an ad set for a June 20th release, and that's not the best news: it's headed for Canada's own "big four", Rogers, Bell, Telus and Virgin Mobile.
HTC One V is now selling on Canadian carrier Bell, free on a three year contract or $299.95 with no commitment. Even more exciting, a leaked Bell document indicates that the HTC One S will be sitting pretty on Canadian airwaves on May 17th. On-contract pricing isn't mentioned, but the One S may cost $599.95 outright.
Ice Cream Sandwich updates soon - a big ol' helping of Gingerbread, courtesy of Motorola! All joking aside, Canada is getting a unique mid-range phone that was previously available only to Europeans: the Motorola MOTOLUXE. this 4-inch fashion phone won't set the world on fire, but it might make a decent mid-range unlocked pickup for those who want something a little better than entry-level.