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Fido has officially launched the Nokia C6, though pricing comes in $20 higher than we previously reported. With big box retailers jumping the gun with pricing, the C6 was expected to come in at $30 on a 2 year term, but has launched with a $50 price tag. Contract-free pricing comes in at $275 though, which is exactly what was expected.

The C6 has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera with LED flash, and a 3.2" (360x640) touchscreen display. It runs on Symbian 60 OS v.94 and offers Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. Additionally, this new Nokia handset can hold up to 16GB via microSD card to hold your music, photos, or other media.


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We're seeing a lot of Nokia handsets hit Canadian soil these days, and it looks like Fido will be launching one of their own. The Nokia C6, which is apparently set to launch in the coming weeks, features a 3.2" (360x640) touchscreen display, and sliding full QWERTY keyboard. It comes with a 5MP camera with LED flash and VGA video capture, and runs on Symbian Series 60 OS v9.4. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS, and the C6 can hold up to 16GB via microSD card.

According to major electronics retailers, the Nokia C6 will cost $30 on a 3 year term, or $275 contract-free, and will be available sometime in the next couple of weeks.


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We've recently received word that Bell is preparing to launch a Symbian-based Nokia handset of their own in the near-future, opting to offer up the Nokia C6-01 within their line-up. The C6-01 features a 3.2" (360x640) AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video capture, and a 680MHz processor. Running on Symbian^3 OS, the C6-01 supports bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, TV-out functionality, among a slew of other minor features.

No word yet on pricing for this handset, but leaked information is pointing to a fairly solid March 30th release date, so stay tuned for more information!


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We recently let you know that Bell was getting ready to launch a Symbian-based Nokia handset - the C6, and it looks like it's now available for purchase! The Nokia C6 features a 3.2" (360 x 640) touchscreen, horizontally sliding full QWERTY keyboard, and a 5MP camera with LED flash, along with Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. The Nokia C6 is available now from Bell for $0 on a 3 year term, or $249.95 contract-free.


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According to internal documents floating around the internet, Bell will be released the Nokia C6 entry-level smartphone on Tuesday, September 21st. The C6 features 3.2" (360x640) touchscreen, horizontally sliding QWERTY keyboard, and a 5MP camera with LED flash. Running on Symbian Series 60 OS, this handset provides users to access to Nokia's Ovi store, where they can download mobile content like applications, games, etc. No official word on pricing as of yet, but we'll be sure to let you know once more information is released!


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Today it was officially announced that KOODO Mobile will be adding the BlackBerry 8530 to it's product line-up sometime later this Spring. While this doesn't come as a surprise, it definitely confirms suspicions after KOODO/RIM made http://koodomobile.blackberry.com available to the public last week.

The BlackBerry Curve 8530 is a CDMA/1xEV-DO device featuring an optical trackpad, full QWERTY keyboard, 2.5" (320 x 240) display, and Wi-Fi. It also has a 2MP camera, and has 256MB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via microSD.

The BlackBerry Curve 8530 will be the first smartphone offered by the "budget-conscious" carrier, though there is speculation that more will be offered in the coming months, especially with upcoming HSPA rollout.

For the official announcement, visit CNW


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Here the HTC 6800 of Bell, who is probably the best device on sale in Canada in this moment. Turning under Mobile Windows 6 Professional (the first in Canada to offer this system?). It is a version very improved of its predecessor the PPC 6700 also marketed by UTStarcom at Bell and Telus. All is with the menu, Wifi G, superb screen, the operating system to its best and a very practical and pretty look.


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The conceptions of Sling Box would work on software in Beta version for the cellular devices of Series 60 of Nokia. The software would function under Symbian and will make it possible to have access to all the options of Sling Box. Sling Box makes it possible to listen to the TV or all your media which remained on Sling Box at the house. For the moment the software making it possible to use Sling Box remote was reserved for the desktop computer or portable, but starts little by little to integrate the devices mobile.


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I have just received convocation of the representatives of Motorola Canada for an event concerning the launching of the Moto Q9 and the MOTORAZR2 in Canada. As we had announced it to you there is a few months the Moto Q9 will be available very soon. Motorola will have to battle very extremely to sell its Moto Q9 since several devices HTC are now available to Canada (HTC S621, HTC TyTn, HTC PPC6800.). They will be available in version GSM what means that the Moto Q9 will be probably available that at Rogers while the RAZR2 should be available at the same time at Rogers and probably a little later Fido. It was not possible to us to obtain more information before August 16. Here are already 2 devices interesting for the re-entry.


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Bell has just announced the exit of the HTC 6800. Bell who started to take delay in the field of the PDA the other Canadian operators who are Telus and Rogers. Telus offered already this device, but under the name of P4000 and refused to lend some to us so that we can you give more information on this device. The HTC 6800 weighs approximately 165g and has a touch screen of 2.8pouces. A camera 2.0 m?gas pixels is also present. On the side connection, one can mention the presence of a connection Wifi G and Bluetooth 2.0. It will cost of them you 199.99 $ with a contract of 3ans to obtain this device. After a small discussion with representatives of Bell Mobility, one assure us that we could obtain one from them soon and thus to speak to you more about it in detail.


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