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A while back we let you know that WIND Mobile was preparing to launch the Huawei Astro, which was expected to be available in late April. The Astro, otherwise known as the Huawei U8651, was delayed, but is now available.

The U8651 features a 3.5? (320 x 480) touch screen display, and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It has a 3.2 MP camera, and offers standard connectivity options including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The device itself comes in black, however has two extra covers in red and white included in the box.

If this affordable Android device sounds like something for you, you can now pick one up from WIND Mobile for free on the WINDtab, or $149.99 outright.


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WIND Mobile is getting set to launch a new entry-level Android handset, the Huawei Astro. The device, which runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, features a 3.5? (320 x 480) touch screen display, and a 3.2 MP camera. As for pricing, speculation floating around online points to roughly $150 or so. If you?re in one of WIND?s zones and are looking for an affordable Android handset, keep an eye out come April 26th for the Huawei Astro. If Windows Phone is more your style, remember that WIND is also launching the Nokia Lumia 710 soon.


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According to internal documents that have recently surfaced online, Telus is launching the Huawei E397 LTE Internet Stick tomorrow, March 21st. The stick, like others, has a maximum download capability of 75Mbps, with expected speeds of 12-25Mbps. Additionally, it falls back to Telus? HSPA+ networks when outside of LTE coverage areas.

The Huawei E397 LTE Internet Stick is set for release tomorrow, March 21st, and is expected to cost as little as $0 on a 3 year term, and $149.99 contract-free.


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WIND Mobile released the LG Optimus 2X, a device that's regarded as fairly hard to beat in Canada, but they aren't forgetting their roots. For those looking for a more affordable option, they have also launched the Huawei U6150, a simple device with a full physical QWERTY keyboard. It features a 2.4" (320x240) display, and comes with a 2MP camera and AGPS functionality, along with bluetooth connectivity.

The Huawei U6150 is available now from WIND Mobile for a very affordable price of $98 contract-free, or those looking to pick it up for free can do so using the WINDtab.


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We just let you know that Rogers is getting set to exclusively launch the LG Optimus Pad, but it looks like they've got another exclusive that will soon be launching. The Huawei S7 is an entry-mid level tablet that features a 7" (480x800) touchscreen display, 2MP rear and front facing cameras, and 3G, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth capabilities. The S7 is powered by a 1GHz processor and will launch running an OS earlier than Honeycomb (Eclair or Froyo).

No word yet on price points or exact availability, but we'll be sure to share any information that comes our way.


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WIND Mobile has officially launched their WINDspeed Huawei E1691 data stick, capable of download speeds up to 7.2Mbps, and upload speeds reaching 5.6Mbps. The E1691 is available now from WIND mobile for $80 contract-free, making it a great option for those interested in mobile data connectivity on their laptop, but don't want to lock into a contract or term. With the launch of this new Huawei data stick also comes other good news, WIND's first data stick, the Huawei E181 has dropping in price to a low $60 contract-free price point.


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Telus is preparing to launch their dual-cell HSPA+ network sometime in March, at which point it will be available for use with two models of mobile internet stick also being launched by the carrier. The network will be gradually rolled out, with the preliminary stage bringing coverage to: Greater Vancouver Area, Calgary, Edmonton, Ft. McMurray, Whistler, Camrose, Winnipeg, and the Greater Toronto Area. Downlaod speeds are expected to reach as high as 42Mbps, allowing users to stream HD video, browse websites significantly faster, and more.

Along with the network launch, Telus will also be offering up two different mobile internet sticks that will function on the new network. The first device is the Sierra AC319, with the second being the Huawei e372, both capable of download speeds reaching the network maximum of 42Mbps. No word yet on pricing or exact release dates for either of these internet sticks, but we should see them become available fairly soon.


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WIND Mobile has recently announced that they were preparing to launch the Huawei E1691 Data Stick, with pricing coming in at $80 contract-free. Now we've received even more information, pointing to a February 10th release date. For those who wish to reserve one of these data sticks, WIND Mobile is willing to secure one for you, as long as you purchase the SIM card and sign up for the $25 Infinite Laptop Special Edition plan. Once the devices arrive in-store, those who reserved one will be contacted, and will have 72 hours to pick up the stick and finalize the activation. At the time of activation and pick-up, you'll get a $40 discount on the price of the stick to compensate for the cost of the SIM card and any other activation fees that may have been incurred. For those in WIND Mobile coverage zones looking for a portable internet solution, the Huawei E1691 Data Stick is certainly one to consider.


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WIND Mobile has launched the Huawei U3200, which features a 2.2" (240 x 320) display, a sliding standard keypad, and a 3.2MP camera. It also has FM radio, bluetooth, a built-in LED flashlight, and can hold up to 8GB via microSD card. Coming with a 3.5mm headset jack, this device versatile and affordable. The Huawei U3200 is available now from WIND Mobile for just $90 contract-free.


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Many carriers have been exploring distribution options as of lately, looking to expand the retail outlets in which they can sell their products and services, and the latest to join in the effort is WIND Mobile. Now offering 4 of their devices in London Drugs locations in Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver, WIND Mobile will surely reach a wider audience, adding to BlockBuster and Valu Mobile as distribution partners. The devices available through London Drugs include the Huawei 1250, Huawei 8100, Nokia 5230 (black), and the Samsung Gravity 2(blue). Apparently 30 London Drugs locations are on board and offering these devices, spanning through the 3 cities listed above.


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