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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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While Bell has been stacking up their Android line-up, Rogers has been fairly quiet with theirs, until now. A few days back, Rogers confirmed that they will be launching two Android-powered 3D handsets, the HTC Evo 3D and the LG Optimus 3D. Both have impressive features as Android devices alone, but the addition of the 3D display and stereoscopic/3D capable camera are definitely unique and will set these handsets apart from others.

The HTC Evo 3D features a 4.3" (540x960) 3D LCD touchscreen display, and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense. It's powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, and comes with 1GB of internal storage. It comes with a dual 5MP camera with dual-LED flash that can take 2MP stereoscopic photos, and record 720p 3D video, or full 1080p HD video. It also has a 1.3MP front-facing camera, and supports Wi-Fi(b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS connectivity, in addition to TV-out functionality.

The LG Optimus 3D has similar specifications, with a 4.3" (480x800) 3D LCD touchscreen display, and Android 2.2 Froyo initially. It's powered by a dual-core 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM, and comes with 8GB of internal storage. The Optimus 3D also has a dual 5MP camera with LED flash, and can record 720p 3D video or 1080p HD video. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi(b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS, in addition to an HDMI port.

Existing Rogers customers can reserve either of these devices online by logging into their Rogers account, and using their newly introduced Reservation System. No word yet on pricing or an exact launch date, but we should see both of the devices come available soon.


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Research in Motion has recently recalled approximately 1000 BlackBerry PlayBooks. According to an official statement from RIM, the recall is due to an issue with some PlayBooks being "unable to properly load software upon initial set-up". The statement also points out that many of the affected devices are still in the distribution channels and haven't reached customers, so hopefully few people will be impacted.

While this recall certainly can't help RIM and the PlayBook's success, it is a fairly small number in comparison to the number of units sold. Users who do experience the described issue are encouraged to contact RIM to determine next steps.


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The Dell Streak 7's "estimated ship date" has been pushed back several times since it was initially added to Dell's Canadian site in late April, but it looks like it is finally available! The Streak 7 runs Android 2.2 Froyo, and has a 7" (800x480) capacitive touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass. It is powered by a dual-core 1GHz processor and comes with 16GB of internal storage memory, and features a 5MP camera with LED flash and 720p video recording. The Streak 7 also has a secondary front-facing 1.3MP camera, and supports Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity.

The Streak 7 is available now from Dell online for $399.99. While the relatively low price tag might seem enticing to some, the older OS version might hurt this tablet. With no clear plans for Honeycomb in the future, the Streak 7 packs in some great specs but risks being left behind.


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We have some information on the new Windows Mobile operating system - Windows Phone 7, and though we haven't heard a whole lot about this platform as of yet, some new details have emerged. According to Greg Milligan, Microsoft Canada's Mobility Solutions Manager, Windows Phone 7 will launch simultaneously in the U.S. and Canada, and will be available on multiple carriers for Canadians to choose from around the Holiday season. Apparently initial manufacturers will include LG, Samsung, and HTC, with Dell emerging in the market soon afterwards and the possibility of other manufacturers in 2011.


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Saskatchewan residents have been getting a lot from carriers these past few weeks, with all major networks launching their 3G+ networks in the province following Sasktel's initial launch. Along with a variety of devices to choose from, residents of Saskatchewan can take advantage of other benefits, such as Telus' 30 day money-back guarantee, and two price plans specific to the area.

The Voice Saskatchewan 30 for $30 includes:
- 150 local anytime minutes
- 200 bonus local anytime minutes
- Unlimited nationwide family calling
- Unlimited nationwide talk & text with your 5 Favourite Numbers
- Unlimited evenings and weekends (6pm) - Voicemail, call waiting, and conference calling

The Voice and Data Saskatchewan 50 for $50 includes all of the same things, with the addition of 1GB of data usage.


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If you're one of many Canadians waiting to get their hands on a BlackBerry Torch 9800, Bell and Telus have recently launched their updates registration page for the handset. The Torch, which is the first device to run on BlackBerry 6, is highly anticipated and has been out from AT&T for a couple of weeks now. Rogers also has a registration page up, so if you're with on of the 3 major carriers, you should be covered. Remember, if you'd rather get the 9800 in white, Rogers is rumoured to be launching that version shortly after the initial launch of the standard black version, so waiting a little bit longer may be worth it to some.


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The latest rumour to surface on the internet regarding the highly anticipated BlackBerry Torch 9800 is that Rogers is set to launch it in mid-September. This wouldn't come as much as a surprise, as Bell, Telus, and Virgin Mobile intend to launch the device around that time. Soon after the initial launch, we should also see the white version of the Torch available from Rogers, so those who like white handsets may want to hold off just a bit longer. No word yet on pricing, but we'll be sure to let you know once more information is available.


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Mobilicity(Dave Wireless) published a press release today stating they are close to the launch of their network, which will first be offered in Toronto this Spring. They also have plans to roll-out the network in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, and Ottawa sometime following the initial launch in Toronto.

Also in the press release, it's stated that Mobilicity intends to "bring consumers truly unlimited plans with unbeatable value". Currently no other Canadian carriers offer completely unlimited data usage without throttling speeds, so it will be interesting to see what Mobilicity brings to the table. http://mobilicity.ca/news/38/18/Mobilicity-gets-CRTC-approval-on-track-to-launch-soon/


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Kyocera has just revealed its Bluetooth Music Gateway, which makes it possible any radio of house to be equipped with Bluetooth. It is simply enough to connect Bluetooth Music Gateway with a cable RCA to your system of preferred sound and here are you can connect your cellular Bluetooth and A2DP to listen to your favorite songs. It weighs only 3 OZ and has an entry 3.5mm for those which would like to use it with their iPod deprived of Bluetooth. It cost approximately 80 $ American for the initial version.


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