In spite of several reports that said the contrary, you can, in fact, use LTE on the Google Nexus 4. We’ve shown you a video as a proof, and the thread on XDA-forums where the news first broke is full of people that managed to activate LTE on their Nexus 4.
Looking for a reasonably priced mid-range smartphone from a premium brand? The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is now finally arriving in Canada, through Bell and Telus.
Some good news for those in Canada, the LG Optimus G has officially launched today, November 13. The Android 4.0 ICS-running handset will be available with several carriers and with varying price points.
The bad news is that the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 launch for Bell customers has been delayed. The good news is that it hasn’t been delayed by that long.
Following Virgin Mobile’s and Rogers’ announcements for their holiday deals, Bell and Telus have put out their new holiday plans that will become available in the coming days.
Bell has launched the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE and as the name implies, the handset brings LTE support along with a rugged design. Those interested, or in need can expect to grab the Galaxy Rugby LTE for well under $100 on a three-year agreement.
Sony’s Xperia T, better known as the James Bond phone after a pretty well-crafted advertising campaign, will land in Canada on November 14, according to a leak. Bell is the carrier “confirmed” to start selling the beautiful 4.5-incher two weeks from now.
Without yet seeing the official word from Bell, it is beginning to look like they will be releasing the LG Optimus G in mid-November, on the same day as Telus.
So it’s finally here – the sequel to the smartphone that has launched a thousand “size” jokes and debates on what to call it, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Especially for you, we’ve compiled everything we know so far of the Galaxy Note 2’s availability on several U.S. and Canadian carriers. Happy hunting!
It appears that Bell is already preparing for the next Nexus device. Bell has officially stated that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has reached “end of life” status. This means that retailers are ordered to sell their remaining inventory because they will not be receiving any new devices.