Canadian carriers Rogers and Fido are now offering HD Voice. In simple terms it means better call quality, as the name suggests.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the best-selling Android smartphones on the market, and for good reason. The S3 has a gorgeous larger-sized display and many premium features that beat out many of its competitors. What could make the Galaxy S3 even better? What if it was free? Rogers, Bell Telus and Virgin Mobile are about to grant that wish to those in the Canadian market.
While it may not get the attention that it’s siblings the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 are getting, the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is still a nice entry-level phone for those who don’t need the latest top-of-the-line hardware, and it’s coming to Virgin Mobile Canada later this year.
How important is your phone carrier’s security to you? If you are saying to yourself “very important,” we have bad news for those that were considering getting Virgin’s Samsung Galaxy Reverb on September 19th, or any other device from the same operator for that matter.
Leaked way back in July for the first time, the Galaxy Reverb didn’t get a formal introduction until a couple of weeks ago, when it was expected to be up for pre-order at Virgin Mobile on or around August 29. That ETA didn’t exactly stick, but the Reverb did go up for pre-order after all earlier today.
One of Kyocera’s most decent offerings in a while “rose” right on cue at Sprint, and, also on schedule, the phone is now available through Virgin Mobile. The Rise is this time around up for grabs for a slightly higher price, but you’ll be glad to know you don’t have to sign up any kind of contract up front to be able to buy it.
The latest Samsung mid-end phone to be unveiled is one that we already knew about, courtesy of a leak from a month ago. The Galaxy Reverb was at the time rumored to first hit Sprint and then the carrier’s sibling, Virgin Mobile.
Bell Mobility is sticking to its scheduled release of August 2 for the Motorola Razr V. The mid-ranged Razr phone and all of its Kevlar fiber glory is now on sale for $29.95 with a three-year contract – a minimum $50 value for the voice and data plan is required. Otherwise, you can snag the Razr V off-contract for $399.95. Except for the rather chubbier build, there’s no questioning the resemblance between the Razr V and the original Razr when it comes to design and specs. At only 8.35mm thick, it’s still a remarkably slim and slender phone, mind you….
It’s only been a few weeks since Motorola officially took the wraps off the new Atrix HD LTE, but it seems that Google’s subsidiary has some big plans with the super-phone. In US, AT&T has for now been granted the “honor” to be the only supplier of the 4.5-incher, while in Canada the Atrix could come to two carriers. We reported on the rumors that Bell could be the first carrier up north to get the phone just over a week ago, and now it seems that Virgin Mobile is ready to follow suite. The new rumor comes from the…
You may know Kyocera for its water-resistant smartphone offering, the Kyocera Hydro. But there’s one more Android trick up the Japanese manufacturer’s sleeve. After it was first showcased at CTIA 2012 back in May – the Kyocera Rise is on its way to two wireless carriers in the US. EVleaks has shared new pictures of the Kyocera Rise in the wild, bringing along with it fresh information of where the phone will be heading to. Looking at the specs and the mentioned SprintZone app in the phone’s home screen, it’s safe to say that the slider will be offered by…