Reports are coming in that Yota Devices will move their headquarters to Ontario, Canada by the end of the year. To employ displaced Blackberry engineers and finally put the YotaPhone into the hands of North American consumers.
LG Canada has announced the highly anticipated device will become available for our neighbors starting August 1st, which is not long after the expected USA release.
Your impatient wait is over, oh Canadians. Google has finally heard your plea and made Play Music fully accessible in your country.
On the heels of LG’s G Flex smartphone launch into 20 European countries this month, Canadians will be getting their crack at this curvy device this spring. Rogers’ customers will be the only ones enjoying it for now, as a Rogers has snagged the exclusive rights to it for the Canadian market.
Despite HTC’s recent statements suggesting KitKat would be delayed in North America, Android 4.4.2 KitKat has now arrived to Canadian HTC One owners.
The Android 4.4 upgrade will hit the G2 at the end of Q1 2014, which means late March. LG will be offering the update firmware to all carriers at the same time.
Although consumers in the United States have to wait until January, the Moto G has now arrived to Canada for just $200 outright, or free with contract. Keep reading for more details!
Looking to pick up the Nexus 5 on contract? The handset has now arrived to six Canadian carriers and to Sprint in the United States. Keep reading to learn more!
A new report says the Nexus 5 will launch on October 31 from the Google Play Store, with November 7-8 being the release date for several Canadian carriers.
The Galaxy Note 3 is officially available to order in Canada from a variety of mobile operators and retailers – here’s what you need to know.