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The last few months have been filled with rumours, but it's now confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be coming to Canada on June 20th. Samsung, along with most carriers, have officially confirmed they will be releasing it, along with the official specifications of the device. To go along with that exciting news, Telus and Rogers have officially released some pricing details, and leaked information reveals some Bell and Virgin Mobile price points.

As many Canadians suspected, we will not be getting the same quad-core version that was recently released in Europe, but rather, the power and speed of a Snapdragon S4 Dual Core 1.5 GHz processor and 2 GB of RAM. It comes in two versions, one with LTE for the major carriers and their subsidiaries (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Virgin Mobile, Sasktel), and a non-LTE version for the other carriers including WIND Mobile, Videotron, and Mobilicity. The LTE version will be available in 16 GB or 32 GB models, however all carriers won?t necessarily offer both. The non-LTE version will be available in only a 16 GB version for now, however both devices also have a micro SD slot capable of an additional 32 GB of expandable memory. The Galaxy S III also features a 4.8" (1280?720 or 306ppi) HD Super AMOLED Gorilla Glass touch screen display, an 8 MP rear-facing camera with LED Flash and 1080p HD video recording as well as a secondary front-facing 1.9 MP camera capable of 720p recording. Also confirmed, but expected, the handset runs on the latest version of Android OS v4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich with Samsungs own TouchWiz UI with Motion UX.

As for pricing, the following information has been made available either officially, or via information leaked online:

Rogers - $149.99 on 3 year term for 16 GB model
Telus - $159.99 on 3 year term for 16 GB model, $679.99 outright. $209.99 on 3 year term for 32 GB model, $749.99 outright.
Bell - $599.95 outright for 16 GB model, $649.95 outright for 32 GB model
Virgin Mobile - $599.99 outright for 16 GB model, $649.99 outright for 32 GB model

Unfortunately pricing for the other confirmed carriers is currently unavailable, however Mobilicity is offering a $100 credit (paid out over 10 months) for those who pre-order before June 15th. Regardless, if you?re interested in picking up a Samsung Galaxy S III, you?ll have many options to choose from on June 20th!


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The Samsung Galaxy S series of handsets, including the Fascinate, Captivate, and Vibrant have been favourites of Canadians since their launch last year. Even the Galaxy Tab did well, being one of the first tablets available besides Apple's iPad. Unfortunately, all of these devices have been stuck on Froyo since at least December of last year, and while speculation pointed to a future Gingerbread update, confirmation was still awaited.

Finally, Samsung has announced that they will be pushing Android 2.3 Gingerbread out to all Galaxy S devices, including the Tab. The European market will get the updates first, expected "mid-May", so they should see it any day now. Unfortunately no word was given regarding Canada specifically, but they did say that it would be "gradually rolled out to other European markets, North America, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, Africa, and the rest of the world according to the regional plan".

Hopefully Canadians can get all of the features and benefits of Gingerbread on the Galaxy S handsets and Tab soon! Despite the lack of clear details, we're expecting it to be available by mid-Summer at the latest, but that's just our best guess!


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HTC has just announced two new Android devices that will be hitting the European and Asian markets in Q2 2011, and the U.S. later in the year. The HTC ChaCha and Salsa both feature dedicated Facebook buttons, allowing users to access the popular social networking site with a single click of the button. It will also allow for speedy status updates, simple sharing, and quick photo uploads. No word yet on if or when these handsets will arrive in Canada, but we should see them around the same time that the U.S. does.

The ChaCha features a physical QWERTY keyboard located under the 2.6" (480x320) display, along with a 5MP camera with LED flash, and a secondary front-facing VGA camera. The Salsa has similar specifications, but has a larger touchscreen (3.4") and lacks the physical keyboard. Both devices will launch running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and will be powered by 600MHz proccessors.


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HTC has recently unveiled two new Android powered devices in London - the HTC Desire HD and the Desire Z. The Desire HD features an aluminum body similar to that of the Legend, along with a 4.3" LCD display, 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video recording, and a 1GHz processor. The Desire Z has more of a unique design, featuring a pop hinge that opens a full horizontal QWERTY keyboard. This handset also features a 5MP camera, 720p HD video recording, and an 800MHz processor.

Apparently these handsets will be available in October on certain carriers in Europe and Asia, with launches in North America planned for later this year. No word yet on pricing or further availability information, but we'll be sure to let you know if any more information is made available!


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HP Canada has cancelled the iPAQ 600, but information are not easy to have about this. We have see a page on the Canadian HP web site, with information about the iPAQ 600 and this page announced ?coming soon? but this page are removed of HP Canada web site. After verification with HP Canada, they have announced the HP iPAQ 600 are been cancelled in Canada same thing in USA. This is a bad news, because this device has a GSM antenna for use like a cell phone with more function of the iPAQ 510 and not old like HP iPAQ 6955 sale by Rogers. The iPAQ 600 are only sale in Europe and HP has no comment on the reason of this cancellation in USA or in Canada.


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Information, provided by a CIBC internal note, T-Mobile want go outside Europe and United State for new market and CIBC think it?s a good idea for T-Mobile to come in Canada. T-Mobile already in USA don?t want buy an existing network but build a new 3G network have declared the Deutsche Telekom president at Financial Times last week. The only problem for T-Mobile (based in Germany), the Canadian Telecommunication law want the owner of a telecommunication company are Canadian, but about CIBC, the law maybe change in few years.


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After few week of speculation Rogers have announced the Sony Ericsson K850i. This device it?s the first cell phone with a 5 mega pixels camera inside. The Sony Ericsson K850i is a very popular device in Europe. This device includes Bluetooth, very nice screen (but small), support HSPA connection of Rogers and include a small 40meg of internal memory and a 512 meg of memory card include with the phones. It?s now in sale for 199.99$ with a 3 years contract of Rogers or 449.99$ without contract.


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Again, the site of Rogers reveals projects only GSM operator in Canada. This time, the Nokia N95, which is listed on the website of Rogers in the section where you can download games on their cell phone device. This is not an official confirmation of Rogers, but the last time that this part of the site has proved devices were available, as Motorola Q9h. The Nokia N95, which is a very high-end, is only available in Europe at the moment, because it is not yet available in the United States and no date is expected. It is clear that this device is still very available, as it is sold, depending on the versions, approximately 800 euros.


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The future Wi-Fi network in joint venture Radioactif and Nomade Telecom would severely delayed and will not be available as planned for September. In an interview given by the president of the Nomade Telecom to the Quebec website Branchez-Vous, "Luc Picard said routers which are scheduled to arrive from Europe by one or two weeks and will take at least three weeks to be installed. Problems for installation are also reported because it is not easy to find a good roof to install the wireless equipment. According to Branchez-Vous, the first step will be limited to the main streets of the Plateau Mont-Royal (St-Denis Street). Radioactif and Nomade Telecom will focus on the rest in the city of Montreal in installing antennas on lampposts of the Montreal city. According to Luc Picard, the city of Montreal would be open to the project, but negotiations are still quite long. To recall, this network will use Wimax technology to connect WiFi routers between them and distribute them to the internet anywhere on the island of Montreal (when router are install). They make use of Wimax technology helps eliminate the cables between Wifi routers.


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Telus has announced the release of HTC Touch P3050 and HTC S640 immediately. This 2 devices, the HTC Touch is very popular in Europe, are making their first entry to Canada because they are not even available yet in the United States. The HTC Touch uses TouchFLO technology that allows you to control the device under Windows Mobile 6 only with a finger. The HTC S640 is a very interesting device with the WiFi connection that will certainly more compete compare to the Motorola QH9 Rogers. Indeed, one might think that Telus responds with these 2 phones excellent companion to the advertising of Rogers for Windows Mobile. The HTC P3050 Touch and HTC S640 Sold $ 149.99 with a contract of 3 years, not a very very good price but a good price:).
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