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.
LG managed to piss everyone off during 2012 with sluggish ICS updates, very few JB bumps (none?), empty promises and just poor all-around software support.
Check out our roundup of the juiciest news from day 3 of CES. Our team of mobile aficionadas is still hard at work looking at the new Android-powered devices on show, interviewing company representatives, and creating versus videos.
The wait for Jelly Bean for Samsung Galaxy S3 owners in Canada is over. Though it isn’t scheduled to come until December 3, the Android 4.1 software update has hit the handset early.
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.
Regional Canadian carrier Sasktel might still be well behind the nationwide big guys – Rogers, Bell and Telus – in terms of number of subscribers, but when talking about product releases, the gap seems to be closing.
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!
North American carriers and electronics retailers are having a tough time keeping up with Galaxy S3 demand, which must certainly please Samsung, as the company expects to sell quite a few million Galaxy S3 units this year. U.S. smartphone buyers interested in the Galaxy S3 already know that AT&T and Sprint have pushed back actual in-store launches, while Verizon will only get the handset in early July. On its part, T-Mobile is currently offering the most expensive Galaxy S3 in the region, and the mobile operator does not even offer 4G LTE support to Galaxy S3 buyers at this time,…