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Bell recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE, and now Sasktel is advertising it on their site. Initially they had it labelled as ?Coming soon?, however that label has now disappeared, indicating that it?s now available from the Saskatchewan carrier. Users will be able to benefit from the improved resolution, processor and overall enhancements over the standard Galaxy S II, however LTE connectivity won?t be coming until this fall.

The S II HD LTE features a 4.65? (720 x 1280) Super AMOLED touch screen display with Gorilla Glass. It?s powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM, and comes with 16 GB of storage. Currently, the S II HD LTE runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, though an Ice Cream Sandwich update is expected in the coming weeks. Other notable features include its 8 MP camera with LED flash and 1080p video recording, along with a secondary 2 MP camera.

If you?re in the market for a new Android handset and can?t wait for the Galaxy S III, be sure to check out the Galaxy S II HD LTE from Sasktel. It is available now for $129.99 on a 3 year term, or $569.99 monthly.


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WIND Mobile has been advertising that their mobile portal would be launching for some time now, and that day has finally come. Effective now, WIND customers have access to WINDWORLD on their handsets, which offers weather information, quick Facebook access, in addition to CBC stories, and more. Customers are also able to purchase ringtones, games, and graphics from the portal, which can be accessed by visiting m.windmobile.ca from your device. Access to the portal is free for a limited time, though no word yet on when access will begin costing customers.


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Some exciting news for Android lovers has come out recently, with Google announcing the Google Nexus S and officially advertising Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread. The new OS version will be coming to the Google Nexus One within the next few weeks apparently, while it will first be found on the new Nexus S that is set for launch in the U.S. On December 16th.

OS 2.3 Gingerbread is said to be the fastest Android OS version to date, and provides a newly updated keyboard, some user interface refinements, and more. The Nexus S, Google newest developer phone set to launch in the U.S. on December 16th, is a powerful device that can easily rival the top smartphone in the market today. Featuring a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 4" (800x480) touch screen display, 16GB of internal memory, and 512MB of RAM, the internal specifications are powerful. The Nexus S doesn't stop there though, also featuring NFC (Near-field communications), a 5MP camera capable of recording HD video, Wi-Fi (b, g, n), and of course GPS and bluetooth connectivity. The Nexus S will be available on Thursday, December 16th in the United States for $529USD at Best Buy, though no word yet on if or when it will available in Canada.


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Telus customers waiting to get your hands on a BlackBerry Style 9670 will be happy to know that retail locations have received dummy units, so the launch must be imminent. Additionally, we're hearing rumours that the Style 9670 will be priced at $399.99 contract-free, and FutureShop is advertising the Telus version for $49.99 on a 3 year term. The BlackBerry Style 9670 runs BlackBerry OS 6, and is a uniquely designed clamshell flip phone featuring a full QWERTY keyboard.


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The Canadian new entrants have been making the news a lot lately, which is undoubtedly a good thing for them from a marketing and advertising perspective. Public Mobile has recently extended their Greater Toronto Area coverage zone to include Mississauga, which is great news for both existing customers, and those who live in the area who have may be interested in signing up. In addition to the zone stretch to Mississauga, Public Mobile is apparently working on expanding the network to Brampton by the end of the year as well, reaching even more potential customers and increasing coverage for existing ones. It's always good to see carriers working at offering more to customers, so kudos to Public Mobile on this one!


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RIM and BlackBerry handsets have been getting a lot of attention lately, especially with the release of the Torch 9800 coming up next month and the Curve and Pearl 3G models that have recently launched, and now it looks like WIND Mobile are looking to join in the fun. Though they've been advertising the Pearl 9100 3G for some time now as "Coming Soon", rumour has it that the device will be arriving in retail outlets in the next few days, with a price point of just $320. If this rumour proves true, this will be great news for WIND customers looking to pick up the device, as it would be the lowest outright pricing in Canada for the device.


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Rogers retail location have received LG Neon 2 dummy phones, and some have even started receiving real stock, so the launch should take place within the coming days. The Neon 2 is the follow-up handset to the original Neon, and features a 3" (240x400) touch screen, 2MP camera, along with a full sliding QWERTY keyboard. Originally set to cost $29.99 on a 3 year term, it looks like the price has been slashed before launch, with FutureShop advertising it for free with a 3 year contract. No word yet on outright pricing, or an exact launch date, but with stock arriving at stores now we should see it launch soon.


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Despite the antenna and reception issues experienced by users outside of Canada who got their hands on the iPhone 4 last month, many Canadians are still excited to get one of these devices. We know the second wave of the launch was announced as July 30th, and within the last week or so both Telus and Bell have began advertising that same release date, offering even more confirmation. Additionally, Best Buy Canada has gotten an early start, selling iPhone 4 accessories already.

The only real question remains, will there be an early upgrade program for the iPhone 4 in Canada? Rogers customer service representatives seem to think so, but confirmation is yet to be received. We'll be sure to let you know once more information is released.


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Bell just display the LG Shine on its website. After starting at Telus and Rogers then announced here at Bell mobility. The cellphone very stylized and is the subject of a major advertising campaign in Canada by LG is a very elegant metal cellphone. It contains a digital camera of 2.0 mega pixels, a Bluetooth stereo. A card micro SD of 64 megs is also included with the unit that supports this type of card up to 4Gb. It is available from $ 129.95 with a contrast of 3 years or $ 379.95 without a contract.

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According to Marie-H?l?ne Lagac? from Molson with whom we could discuss a few minutes to get more information. We have been informed that it was a mistake by the advertising company that created this promotion and that Molson had no agreement with Rogers Wireless and Apple Canada. The iPhone has been removed and the complete rules changed. However, the section announced the iPhone in the rules of the competition Molson says now: "Model offering 8GB of storage, and a touch screen including accessories for a maximum value of 800$. Prizes to be win, when available on the Canadian market. (Not before January 2008). Not included in the subscription network or any other charges related to its use. ". Do you have any idea of a device that will not be available on the market before January 2008, which has a touch screen and a storage space 8GB? Of course the only device that may look like these features is the iPhone. So we contacted representatives of Molson to know what device was now available. Representatives of Molson seemed extremely angry and "close the discutions," they say. Molson has no idea of the device that will be offered and mentions that the prize could be change into money.


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