Koodo seems to have the cheapest outright price for the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Canada at the moment. The mobile operator currently has it listed at $625 CAD.
Best Buy Samsung stores will be open for three years, after which the partnership will be reevaluated, a recent press event revealed.
The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 won’t be making it to the company’s stores on May 1, as previously announced, as a one- to two-week delay was announced.
Sprint has announced that in-store availability of the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been delayed, with website and phone sales expected to go ahead as planned.
Asus Cube (the Google TV device that changed its name from Asus Qube) is now available to buy online at three retailers, right on schedule.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 unlocked international version, featuring an octa-core Exynos 5 Octa CPU is currently available on eBay, as long as the seller’s stock lasts.
An HTC One update, which includes camera enhancements, as well as some improvements in terms of performance and stability, is rolling out to European buyers.
A new Sony Google TV device, (product number NSZ-G8), has recently received Wi-Fi certification, but it hasn’t been officially announced by Sony yet.
Google Street View has announced the largest single update so far, service now covering 50 countries with the addition of Hungary and Lesotho.
The Pantech Perception has an official release date, as announced in a recent Verizon press release. The 4.8-inch smartphone will be available April 25.