Tagged: Rogers Wireless
RAZR HD LTE just launched on Rogers for $100 with a three-year contract or $599.99 outright. The device is also coming to Verizon Wireless soon after. Rumors are making the rounds that the device could hit US shores through Verizon as soon as later this month. We are thinking the device is going to go for $199 with a two-year contract. Rogers requires three-years, which equates to a lower price. The device comes with Android 4.0 ICS installed, and it will be upgraded to Jelly Bean shortly thereafter. It has a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED HD Display with a 1280 X 720 resolution. It also has an eight megapixel camera that is capable of grabbing 1080p video. SMARTACTIONS, already appearing on several recent devices from the manufacturer, improving the battery life with features based on time, GPS location, and more. It is designed to conserve energy and allow users to enjoy their phone for a full day, instead of having to stop in the middle of the day to plug their device in. Who doesn't like a longer lasting battery? The MAXX HD could launch at the same time. It is almost identical to the RAZR HD, but it features a massive 3,300 mAh battery. This extra large battery promises 21 hours of talk time. Because of the extra large battery, it is about one millimeter thicker than the RAZR HD. As always, we will keep you posted on all things RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX as they develop. [timeline] [via Mobilesyrup]
HTC One X is available starting today in Canada on Rogers. You can get it online right this minute if you haven't already. For those interested Rogers is offering the phone for CA$169.99 with a new, three year agreement starting today.
internal document from Canadian carrier Rogers says that the Motorola RAZR, the international model of Verizon's DROID RAZR, will be coming to the Great White North this Friday, November 4th. Significantly, that's a week earlier than the November 10th date that Verizon has set to ship DROID RAZR phones to United States customers who pre-ordered. Also headed for Rogers is the Galaxy S Glide, a QWERTY slider that's already been revealed.
long enough to deliver, but Google have finally added a version of the Nexus One with support for AT&T and Rogers Wireless' 3G/UMTS bands. Priced at the same $529 as the original Nexus One, the new handset supports the 850/1900/2100MHz frequencies as well as being quadband GSM. The addition follows news reports from analysts that sales figures of the original Nexus One have been particularly disappointing, with only 135,000 devices shipped in the first 74 days it was on sale. One of the key criticisms of Google has been that they failed to add in AT&T support, leaving Nexus One buyers only able to use T-Mobile in the US if they wanted 3G connectivity. So far there's no sign of a subsidized AT&T/Rogers Nexus One on Google's phone site. [Thanks Toby!]