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Just a week after finding out that the HTC One X will be made available in Canada on Rogers before the end of the month, we are happy to report that we finally have a suspected launch date from a credible source. According to the Canucks over at MobileSyrup, who’ve supposedly gotten a tip from the “inside”, HTC’s flagship smartphone will start selling in Canada on April 20th. That’s next Friday, for those of you who haven’t checked their calendars, which sounds like a strange release date, in my humble opinion. I mean, there’s little in the way of science…

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The HTC One X is, by far, the most exciting Android-based smartphone to launch in April (or May, for that matter, if the Galaxy S3′s release date will be pushed towards summer, as rumors state right now), and the Taiwanese certainly know how to build up the tension and expectations for their upcoming flagship. After being finally put on sale in select European countries yesterday, the 4.7-inch beast might be coming to North America as well in the following couple of weeks. Yeah, it’s still “might” and “could”, because HTC’s officials are, for some reason, putting off the official release…

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Good news for Android fans in Canada looking to score a Galaxy Nexus without paying full price for it. We all know by now the greatness of the Galaxy Nexus, there’s been a lot of coverage on it by us and every other Android blog in the universe, and soon Canadians can get some Galaxy Nexus love. Starting January 10th you will be able to get the Galaxy Nexus from Fido and Rogers in Canada and within a week it will be available at various stores in Canada. After The Galaxy Nexus launches at Rogers and Fido it will become…

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With loads of new smartphones coming out and Black Friday in our rear-view mirror, your head is probably spinning looking at all of the different choices, and we are here to help! In this article, we’ll be looking at the best Android devices for our Canadian readers on Virgin Mobile, Telus, Rogers, and Bell. However, some of the devices listed below can be found in other countries as well. Galaxy Nexus Features Ultra-slim and curved design Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with Android Market™ Single motion panoramic view and zero shutter lag Dual Core 1.2GHz Processor 4.65″” HD Super AMOLED…

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Although Google and Samsung haven’t posted specific dates about the release of the Galaxy Nexus, worldwide carriers are beginning to come out with information. Mobile Syrup writes that they, “received an email from Bell, looks like the Galaxy Nexus is confirmed for an ‘early December’ availability.

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The anticipation around the Nexus Prime aka Galaxy Nexus is about to reach epic levels, folks. With both Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus unveiling set to happen in Hong Kong in less than 48 hours, all eyes are on Android now. Plus, with Apple users hearing reports that Siri offers limited functionality outside of the US, many early adopters are keen to see what Google has in store. According to sources familiar with the work of Android development team, “Ice Cream Sandwich is going to blow everyone away,” and we’ve no doubt. Anyway, getting back to the matter…

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Sony is one of the biggest consumer electronics companies in the world, and their products are usually pretty high-quality, at least compared to most other manufacturers. So as the tablet market was taking off, they couldn’t be left out of the game, and they decided to enter the market not with one, but two tablets, and try to make them as “different” as possible from their competitors. I’d say they succeeded doing that, but it remains to be seen if the customers will prefer their tablets over the ones from their competitors. The Sony Tablet S, which is the larger…

Two of the latest Android smartphones, the Samsung Vibrant and the HTC Desire, have been launched in Canada.  Mobile users can pick up the Samsung Vibrant, a Galaxy S phone, on Bell for $79 with a three-service agreement or the Desire, which is available from Telus for $79.99 with a three-year service agreement.  Those that want to buy the Android smartphones outright can plunk down $450 for the Desire and $499 for the Vibrant without a contract.

Wind in Canada has added a new smartphone to its roster of Android devices, the Huawei U8100.  The U8100 is packed full of great features, including a full touchscreen display and virtual keyboard, 3.2mp camera/camcorder, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, social media connections including YouTube, FM radio, and access to the Android Market. The Huawei U8100 is available now with no service commitment for $160 (Canadian).

Though Google has yet to make any kind of official announcement, a new version of the Google Nexus One Android smartphone that is compatible with AT&T and Rogers 3G networks is now available on the Google website. You can see it on the order form here. There’s no option to buy the phone with service at this time, but if you have the US$529 required for the unlocked version’s purchase price, and you need that 850/1900MHz 3G goodness, then here’s your chance.