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.
HTC’s One X+, update to the popular One X, has come to TELUS, bringing a bigger battery, Jelly Bean, and a powerful quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.
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.
While Rihanna is busy giving them away, Telus customers are waiting to see when the HTC One X+ will be available and how much it will cost. Luckily, one of those two details is now known.
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.
We had known that Telus was planning to release the HTC One X+ smartphone and while we have yet to learn a specific release date, the arrival of dummy units makes it seem like the release will be sooner rather than later.
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.
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.
Samsung’s latest entry level device, the Galaxy Discover, running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has arrived as a prepaid phone at Telus, designed for the more light-hearted approach to mobile technology.
As Telus expands its 4G LTE network coverage to Newmarket, Aurora, Kanata, Nepean, and more — it now claims that it covers 61% of the population.