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Videotron has recently gone ahead and launched the entry-level Samsung C414V for just $149.95 contract-free. Those looking for a discount on the device will be able to pick it up for $49.95 "Reduced price". The Samsung C414 features a 2.2" (240x320) display, flip phone design, and a 2MP camera with video recording. Connectivity options are pretty limited, providing only bluetooth 2.1 functionality, but for such a low price, the C414 is still a bargain. Coming in one standard colour, black, the Samsung C414 is now available from Videotron.


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KOODO Mobile has officially launched their first Android device, the LG Optimus One. The Optimus One features a 3.2" (320x480) touchscreen display, 3MP camera with auto-focus and video capture capabilities, and runs on Android 2.2 Froyo at launch. Powered by a 600MHz processor and 512MB of RAM, the Optimus One is a great bargain for the price. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS, in addition to mobile hotspot functionality.

The LG Optimus One is now officially available from KOODO Mobile for $225 contract-free, or $75 using their Tab.


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Rogers has recently made an addition to their Pay As You Go handset line-up, introducing the LG Shine Touch. The Shine Touch features a 3" (240x400) touchscreen display, 3MP camera with video capture capabilities, and supports 3G connectivity for voice and data transmission. This bar-style handset can be expanded up to 16GB via microSD card, and also supports Wi-Fi and bluetooth, though it lacks GPS services. The LG Shine Touch is available now from Rogers on Pay As You Go for just $129.99.


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People all over the world have been waiting for next-generation devices to be announced/unveiled, and Samsung is looking to get things started by announcing the Galaxy S II late last week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Galaxy S II (model: GT-I9100) features a 4.27" (800x480) Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, along with an 8MP camera with 1080p HD video capture, and a front-facing 2MP camera. Coming in at just 8.49mm thick, this upcoming handset from Samsung packs in a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage memory. If you're looking for a feature-rich and high-specification device, it may be worth the wait for the Samsung Galaxy S II! No word yet on pricing, or when the handset will make it's way to Canada, but hopefully we'll see it launch fairly soon!


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Great news for those with Fido or considering them for their mobile services, they have recently launched two new entry-level handsets - The Nokia C1 and LG Neon 2. Additionally, they have also released the white version of the LG Gossip, adding to the variety of devices available in their line-up.

The Nokia C1 is a very basic bar-style phone that features a 1.8" (128x160) display, bluetooth connectivity, and a VGA camera. The C1 supports up to 32GB of memory using a microSD card, along with FM radio connectivity. The LG Neon 2 features a 3" (240x400) touchscreen display, 2MP camera with video capture capabilities, and connectivity options including FM radio and bluetooth. The Neon 2 can be expanded up to 8GB via microSD card for those who want extra storage for their media.

Last on the list is the LG Gossip in white, which has all of the same features and specifications but comes in a nice white variety. All of these devices are available now from Fido, and all are $0 on a new 2-year term, though contract-free pricing varies from handset to handset. The Nokia C1 comes in at $50 contract-free, while the LG Neon 2 is set at $150 outright, and the LG Gossip in white is priced $90 without a term.


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Videotron has been stirring up some competition in the Quebec area, and was the first Canadian carrier to offer the Google Nexus One. Now they've dropped the "reduced price" of the device to $49.95, which previously stood at $99.95. Unfortunately the contract-free price remains the same, sitting at a steady $479.95 outright. In addition to the Nexus One price drop, we're also seeing the BlackBerry Pearl 3G go down to $0, and the Motorola XT720 drop to $99.95 "reduced price" What do you think about these recent price drops by Videotron? It's great to see all of the bargains starting to roll out for the holiday season!


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Throughout the last few days, both Bell and Rogers Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing seems to have been revealed, with Bell coming in at the $649.95 mark, and Rogers internal systems listing it at $674.99 outright. Especially with Rogers pricing, bare in mind that these numbers could change before launch, but so far it seems that what Canadians are looking at for the Android powered tablet. The Bell Galaxy Tab is expected to ship on November 16th, so hopefully we'll see both carriers stocked up shortly afterwards.

For those who may not have been keeping up on this 7" Android tablet, it features a 600 x 1024 display, a 1GHz processor, and 512MB RAM. Coming in both 16GB and 32GB models, the Tab runs on Android 2.2 Froyo featuring TouchWiz UI and also comes with a 3.15MP camera with LED flash, and a front-facing 1.3MP camera. Connectivity options include HSPA, Wi-Fi (b, g, n), and bluetooth.


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A while back we let you know to expect Bell to launch the Motorola ES400 Enterprise Digital Assistant device, a CDMA handset running on Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Professional, and it's now officially been launched! The ES400 features a 3" (640x480) touch screen display, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 3.2MP camera. This device is perfect for mobile professionals, and is capable of everything from taking signatures, to reading barcodes, making it a true enterprise digital assistant! Because it's targeted towards businesses, this unit is only available for contract-free purchases, and comes in at $649.95.


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Rumour has it that Bell will be launching the Motorola ES400 EDA - an Enterprise Digital Assistant device. The handset will run on Bell's CDMA network, and operates on Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Professional. The ES400 features a 3" (640x480) touch screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and 3.2MP camera. With support for bluetooth, GPS, and Wi-Fi, this handset is targeted towards the "Mobile Worker". The device even includes a biometric fingerprint reader, and is capable of reading barcodes, taking signatures, and much more. No word yet on an exact launch date or pricing, but we should see it available in the coming weeks.


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BlackBerry App World 2.0 has officially launched, and with it comes a few new features to make the experience as simple as possible. Users can now use credit cards to pay for apps and themes, in addition to PayPal like always. Users can also create a BlackBerry ID, which will allow them to re-download paid themes and applications easily if they restore their device or get a new one altogether. Some of the other updates include new Top 25 lists, which are now sorted by recently updated, new, free, paid, and themes, as well as a QR barcode feature that allows users to easily access items in App World without searching or browsing.


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