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Bell and Virgin Mobile have gone ahead with the launch of two new BlackBerry handsets, the Bold 9900 and Torch 9810! These BlackBerry 7 devices mark a new generation of handsets from RIM, and offer significant improvements in specifications over existing BlackBerry models.

The Bold 9900 features a 2.8" (640x480) touchscreen display, along with a full QWERTY keyboard, and maintains the traditional Bold form factor. It is powered by a 1.2GHz processor and 768MB of RAM, and comes with 8GB of storage. It offers up a 5MP camera with LED flash and 720p video capture, and includes connectivity options including Wi-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS. It runs on BlackBerry OS 7 which fine tunes many of the features introduced in OS 6, including an improved browser experience, voice activated search, and more.

The Torch 9810 also runs on BlackBerry 7, and features a 3.2" (480x640) touchscreen display, and vertically sliding QWERTY keyboard, maintaining the recently introduced Torch form factor. Most of the features are identical to the Bold 9900, including a 1.2GHz processor, 768MB of RAM, and the 5MP camera with LED flash and 720p HD video recording capabilities. Connectivity options are also the same, with Wi-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS.

Bell is offering up the Bold 9900 for $599.95 outright, or $169.95 on a 3 year term. The 9810 is available from them for $149.95 on a 3 year contract, or $599.95 outright. No word on whether all stores have received stock, but they are available for online purchase.

Virgin Mobile has both handsets priced the same (basically), with the Bold 9900 priced at $169.99 on a 3 year term, or $599.99 outright, and the Torch 9810 priced at $149.99 on a 3 year term, or $599.99 contract-free.


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Sasktel has been making the news quite a bit since they launched their 3G network several months back, and they aren't showing any signs of slowing down. According to several statements made by the Saskatchewan carrier, they will soon be launching 3 new devices - the HTC Incredible S, the iPhone 4, and the Samsung Galaxy 550.

The HTC Incredible S, which is expected to launch "sometime in April" features a 4" (480x800) touchscreen display, 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video capture, along with a secondary 1.3MP front-facing camera. Powered by a 1GHz processor and 768MB of RAM, the Incredible S comes with 1.1GB of internal storage. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS, and the HTC Incredible S will run Android 2.2 Froyo at launch, along with HTC Sense UI 3.0. Virgin Mobile, and possibly Bell, are also expected to launch the Incredible S.

Next up is the Samsung Galaxy 550, which is also expected sometime in April. The Galaxy 550 runs on Android Eclair 2.1. Beyond that, there aren't many details available regarding this upcoming Android device, but it looks like it will be a mid-range handset. No word yet on pricing, but we'll be sure to keep an eye out for more details!

Lastly, comes the iPhone 4. Sasktel has put up a registration page for those interested in receiving updates regarding the launch of the popular device on Sasktel. The release date is still unknown, but it's definitely a good sign that they have implemented a registration page. Hopefully we'll see the iPhone 4 launch before Apple's next generation of mobile device is announced, which will likely happen sometime this summer.

Overall, great job from Sasktel expanding their line-up to include several options for Saskatchewan residents!


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We just let you know that Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S II, their next generation Android handset, and it looks like they plan on staying high in the competition in the tablet market as well. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, their next Android tablet, has some truly impressive features and specifications. The Tab 10.1 features a 10.1" (800x1200) touchscreen display, runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb at launch, and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. Coming in both 16GB and 32GB models, the Tab 10.1 comes with an 8MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video recording capabilities, in addition to a 2MP front-facing camera. Other important aspects of the upcoming tablet include Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) connectivity, and a massive 6860 mAh battery. No word yet on when the Tab 10.1 will make it's way to Canadian soil, but it's set to land at Vodafone this spring, so hopefully we'll see a Canadian launch around the same time.


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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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Exciting news came to us yesterday, when we found out that RIM is working on 3 new devices planned for launch later in 2011. The new devices add NFC (near field communications) technology, and are expected to launch with an OS version of 6.1.

The BlackBerry Curve "Apollo" is the next generation handset in the Curve series, and comes in at just 11mm thick. Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, an HVGA (480x360) display, and a 5MP camera, the Apollo should make a great addition to RIM's handset line-up.

Next up the BlackBerry "Dakota", which looks like it may be the next generation in the Bold series. The Dakota has been rumoured for about a year now, but with more information finally surfacing on the internet, it looks like it may become a reality. The Dakota features a 2.8" (640x480) touch screen display, while retaining the typical BlackBerry form factor including the full QWERTY keyboard. The Dakota also comes with a 5MP camera with LED flash and HD video capture capabilities, and measures in at just 10.5mm thick.

Last in the list of new BlackBerry devices that were recently leaked is none other than the Torch 2, a BlackBerry with specs that compare to top end Android/iOS devices. The Torch 2 will be powered by a 1.2GHz processor, and features a 3.2" (640x480) display, a 5MP camera (presumably with HD video recording capabilities), along with 512Mb of RAM, 8GB of onboard internal memory, and NFC technology just like the other two devices.

No definite word on when we can expect to see these devices launch, but speculation is pointing at Q3 or so this year. With these devices launching with OS 6.1, it's unlikely that we'll see the PlayBook's QNX OS come to BlackBerry handsets this year, so if you're holding out for that, it may be quote the wait.


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We've been getting some great news on the next generation Android phones that will soon hit Canadian soil, so it's great to get the news that the Samsung Google Nexus S will be coming to Canada. Featuring NFC capabilities, the Nexus S runs Android 2.3, and also features a 4" (480x800) super AMOLED touch screen display, a 1GHz processor, and a 5MP camera capable of recording 720p HD video. Coming with 16GB of memory and 512MB of RAM, the Nexus S isn't the biggest step up from other Android devices on the market today, but definitely makes for a good option.


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Apple has recently made iOS 4.1 available for download to the public, which fixes a number of bugs, and adds a few features to supported devices. The update, which is available in iTunes now, adds Game Center functionality, which is basically an online gaming community for compatible iOS devices, along the lines of Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. Compatible devices include the iPhone 4, iPhone 3Gs, and the 2nd-4th generation iPod Touch models, and allows users to play games online with friends, family, etc. Along with the introduction of the Game Center, Apple has also updated the App Store to include a specific section just for compatible games, and though the list is currently small, we should see it grow more and more as time progresses.

What do you think about Apple's "Game Center"? Would you be interested in playing mobile games online with others? Let us know in the forums!


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An employee from the engineering department from Telus leaked that employees have been testing RIM's newest suretype device, the Blackberry 9100 for 2 weeks now.

This device is like the previous generation, which means it's compact, but with a trackpad and the newer 5.0OS from Blackberry.

The device is scheduled to be launch in Q3 on the HSPA network.


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Apple has announced an iPhone OS 4 event on April 8th at 10AM for a "sneak peek of the next generation of iPhone OS software." So if you're wondering about the future of the platform... your answers will appear sooner than you think. Only 5 days after the iPad?s launch, is Apple on a roll here?


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They will offer the BlackBerry Bold 9700 in November like Bell Mobility. The BlackBerry Bold 9700 includes the 3G support, a next generation processor (624MHz), a built-in GPS and a Wi-Fi connection. This new BlackBerry includes a 3.2 mega pixels camera and a 3.5mm stereo headset jack. No price or date for the moment.

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