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Mobilicity has just launched the BlackBerry Bold 9780, the follow-up device to the Bold 9700, featuring BlackBerry OS 6. Featuring a 2.4" (480x360) display, the 9780 has 512MB of RAM, as well as a 5MP camera and LED flash, and connectivity options including GPS, Wi-Fi and bluetooth. OS 6 brings features like the new WebKit browser, an updated user interface, and more. The BlackBerry Bold 9780 is available now from Mobilicity for $499.99 contract-free.


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The Samsung Infuse, a 4G device headed to AT&T in the United States, has been confirmed to be coming to Canada. The Infuse 4G features a 4.5" (450x800) "Super AMOLED Plus" touch screen display, and runs Android 2.2 at launch. Powered by a 1.2GHz processor, the Infuse also comes with an 8MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video recording capabilities, and has an addition front-facing 1.3MP camera for video calling. No word yet on when the device will arrive, or which carrier it will be available from, but we'll be sure to keep you posted!


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We recently saw Android 2.2 Froyo become available for the Telus Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate, as well as the Bell, Virgin, and Sasktel Vibrant, and now it's Rogers' turn. The Froyo 2.2 upgrade is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate, which introduces a variety of new features and improvements, including overall speed and stability improvements, and more. The update is available now, and can be downloaded and installed using the Samsung Kies software available at Samsung.ca.

 

 

 

 

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Android 2.2 Froyo first dropped for the Telus Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate, and next in line was the Vibrant from Virgin Mobile and Sasktel. Oddly, Bell took there time with the upgrade, but it was finally made available for download and install as well. If you own a Galaxy S Vibrant, be sure to head to http://pages.samsung.com/ca/froyo/English/ to download and install the update to enjoy all of the benefits that come with Froyo.


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Telus customers who use the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate ran into some luck recently, when Android 2.2 Froyo was rolled out for their devices. Froyo, which adds support for Adobe Flash 10.1, also improves browser and overall device performance, and makes improvements on the business side of things like improved exchange integration and added security features. You can get the update by visiting Samsung's website at http://pages.samsung.com/ca/froyo/English/ now.


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Rogers has officially launched the Palm Pre 2, which features webOS, a 1GHz processor, and a 3.1" (320x480) gorilla glass display, along with a 5MP camera. Additionally, the Pre 2 has 512MB of RAM, a slide out full QWERTY keyboard, 16GB of internal storage, and connectivity options including GPS, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth. The Palm Pre 2 from Rogers is available now for $99.99 on a 3 year term, or $449.99 contract-free.


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New entrants have been working hard at expanding their device line-up and offering competitive products and services, and Mobilicity is doing just that by launching the Mobiflip. The Mobiflip is actually the Sidekick LX rebranded by Mobilicity, and features a 3.2" (854x480) display that swivels up, along with a full QWERTY keyboard, trackball for navigation, and 3.2MP camera with a flash. The Mobiflip is available now for $99.99 outright, but it comes with a $50 mail-in rebate if purchased before December 31st, bringing it down to just $49.99.


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While BlackBerry App World may lack in numbers compared to Apple's App Store and Android Market, most who choose BlackBerry still make use of it regularly. Fortunately for Telus customers, they can now bill their App World purchases to their monthly Telus bill, making it convenient to get, and pay for apps, games, themes, and more. No word yet on when the other carriers will begin supporting this feature, but hopefully it will come soon.


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Bell is trying to get rid of a few older devices to make room for all of their newer handsets, and are offering up some pretty low contract-free prices on two devices specifically. The Motorola Dext and the Palm Pre have both been dropped down to a low $149.95 contract-free price.

The Motorola Dext runs on Android 1.5 (with no further upgrades coming), and features MOTOBLUR, along with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, and Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. It comes with a 2GB microSD card, but can hold up to 32GB for additional memory.

The Palm Pre is a CDMA device that runs on webOS, and it features a 3.1" (320x480) touch screen display, slide out QWERTY keyboard, and a 3MP camera, along with Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS. It also comes with 8GB of internal memory, and has a 3.5 mm headset jack.

They have also dropped the price of 3 of their devices by $75 each if purchased on a 3 year term, offering up the Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant for $24.95, the HTC Desire Z for $4.95, and the LG Quantum for free. These are some pretty great prices if you're willing to sign a 3 year contract, but are only available until December 31st.


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Research In Motion has always focused on functionality over style and appearance, however they've recently acquired The Astonishing Tribe, a UI and design company that should help spice up the BlackBerry and QNX operating systems we're hearing so much about recently. According to some rumours circulating online, the acquisition of TAT may have been a move towards offering a 3D capable BlackBerry device in the future, though this definitely isn't confirmed. No word yet on when RIM would be launching a device supporting 3D content, but if this rumour gains any more momentum, we'll be sure to let you know. What do you think about 3D mobile phones?


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