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Samsung has recently stated via Twitter that the Canadian Galaxy S III launch has been delayed. The release of the highly anticipated Android device has been pushed back by 7 days, and is now expected to be released on June 27th. The delay will apply to all carriers launching the handset, which is pretty well all of them.

The delay, according to Samsung, is due to the extreme worldwide demand for the handset. While it may be frustrating to wait the extra week, most people can agree that such a widespread simultaneous release within Canada is still a great thing.

Hopefully there aren't any additional delays, but we'll be sure to keep you updated on any further information on the Samsung Galaxy S III as it becomes available!


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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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Excitement in the rumour mill today is indicating that the Samsung Galaxy S III could be available as soon as June 20th through a variety of carriers. Details are unconfirmed as of yet but we do know that the device will be carried by Rogers, TELUS, Bell, Virgin Mobile, WIND, Videotron, SaskTel, Mobilicity. Rumours indicate that the phone will launch in white and "pebble blue," though more recent (unconfirmed) leaks indicate that there may be a delay in launch for the pebble blue model possibly due to manufacturing issues.

The Samsung Galaxy S III features a 4.8" (720 x 1280) Super AMOLED Gorilla Glass touch screen display, and is powered by a quad-core 1.4 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM, and could come with anywhere from 16 GB to 64 GB of internal storage. It also features an 8 MP rear-camera with LED Flash and 1080p HD video recording as well as a secondary front-facing 1.9 MP camera capable of 720p recording. The Samsung Galaxy S III runs on the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich along with the latest TouchWiz UI version from Samsung for seamless integration with social networks such as Facebook, and Twitter.

There is still no mention of a price-point for any of the models as of yet, but with such an amazing phone soon to be widely available, be sure to check back soon for updates as more conclusive details roll out.


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We recently let you know that Samsung had announced their next handset in the Galaxy line-up, the Galaxy S III. Now, most Canadian carriers have come forward officially announcing that they will carry the handset. The general timeframes given for the launch are ?this summer?, with others simply stating that it is ?coming soon?.

Carriers who have confirmed that they will carry it include Bell, Telus Rogers, Virgin Mobile, Videotron, Sasktel, WIND Mobile, and Mobilicity. Many major retailers have also announced that they will sell the device once it becomes available through the previously mentioned carriers. So, who?s excited for the Galaxy S III?


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Chatr, Rogers' newest discount brand, has recently launched the Nokia 2220 for $75 contract-free, or just $50 if you pick it up before September 30th. The Nokia 2220 features a 1.8" (128 x 160) display, a vertical sliding numeric keypad, and a VGA camera. This device certainly keeps in line with Chatr's intentions - to offer affordable devices for simple, no-nonsense use. If you're looking for a simple device solely to make calls/text message, and are living within one of Chatr's zones, this is definitely a handset worth checking out.


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We recently let you know that Chatr would be launching in Montreal on September 16th, and now we have more news on the new discount brand launched by Rogers. It looks like they will be launching the Nokia 2220 in the near-future, with rumoured pricing to come in at just $75 contract-free. The 2220 features a 1.8" (128x160) display, a vertical sliding numerical keypad, and a VGA camera. This affordable device should be available in the near future, likely before the end of this month.


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Chatr, Rogers new discount brand that launched in early July in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, and Vancouver, is set to launch on Thursday, September 16th. Chatr offers $35 and $45 unlimited price plans, along with four affordable devices to choose from, including the Nokia 1661, Nokia 2220, LG GB125r, and the Samsung Gravity. This should create some competition in Quebec, with Videotron's 3G+ network launching just a week earlier.


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For Canadians looking to purchase a device but stay away from contracts, Fido has launched the perfect option. The Nokia 2220 is a simple vertical slider, and is available for only $65 contract-free, or $0 with a 2 year term. This new low-end Nokia features a 1.8" (128x160) screen, VGA camera, and FM radio, but skips on bluetooth connectivity. If you have simple needs, and want a simple phone to meet them, the Nokia 2220 might be your solution.


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Here Samsung T10, it acts of the new reader mp3 of Samsung to the rather similar design and which offers very interesting options. One thinks of the loudspeakers which make it possible to listen to the music without helmet of ear-phone or has the color screen of 1.8 inch and a resolution of 222x176. Thing surprising, but very interesting, Bluetooth connection is also present in order to use stereo ear-phones wireless or simply to transfer files wireless. Samsung T10 has an endurance of surroundings 30 hours. It will not be available to Canada before several months if it is one day.


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Sony announced some time ago already that those which will update their PSP will profit from a processor of 333 MHz instead of 222 MHz. The limitation of the processor was made starting from the firmware, but Sony had decided to resolve this option. A small problem appeared lately, the processor of the PSP would fall down to 222 MHz when the player uses Wifi connection to play on line for example. A person in charge SCEA to contact it GameDaily BIZ to state to be with the current of the problem and informed the journalists that him and its team worked regulated problem.


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