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Possibly one of the most anticipated Android handsets since the OS was first introduced by Google, the Samsung Galaxy S III has been officially announced. It features a 4.8? (720 x 1280) Super AMOLED touchscreen display, and is powered by a quad-core 1.4 GHz processor. There will be two variations, an HSPA+ model and an LTE version. It comes with an 8 MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video recording, along with a 1.9 MP front-facing camera capable of 720p video capture. Other noteworthy specifications include its 1 GB of RAM, and its Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC connectivity options.

Some of the features that make the S III unique in the Android market include SmartStay and S Voice. SmartStay uses the front-facing camera to detect when you are looking at the screen, preventing the display from timing out. S Voice allows users to give voice commands, and is somewhat similar to Siri on the iPhone. Those who purchase a Galaxy S III will also get a whopping 50 GB of extra Dropbox storage, and will have a wide array of accessories to purchase.

As for design, the Galaxy S III?s huge 4.8? screen rests inside an 8.6 mm thin body. The handset is going to be made in black and white versions, though it hasn?t been confirmed that we?ll see both in Canada. What has been communicated by Samsung, however, is that we will see the device sometime this summer! Pricing and carrier availability are unknown currently, but it?s likely that Rogers, Bell, and Telus will each offer the device, in one variation or another.

If you?re interested in this Ice Cream Sandwich device, you?re surely not alone. Check back soon as we?ll keep you updated on any further information pertaining to its launch!


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KOODO Mobile has officially launched the white version of the BlackBerry Curve 3G. White BlackBerry handsets have typically done very well, so launching this colour variation is a great move by the carrier. All of the features and specifications are the same as the black version, and pricing is also consistent. You can pick up the white Curve 3G for the low price of $250 outright, or $100 using the tab.


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Yesterday Apple announced the much-anticipated iPad 2, releasing the specifications and features for the upcoming tablet. Coming in Wi-Fi and 3G models, buyers can choose between 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB variations to best suit their needs. The iPad successor comes in at 33% thinner than the original version, at only 8.8mm thick, and features front and rear facing cameras. The iPad 2 is powered by an A5 dual-core processor, and will also support HDMI out using a propriatary Apple accessory. The last noticeable change made over the original iPad is wireless hotspot functionality in iOS 4.3, a feature which Rogers has already confirmed will be enabled and usable on their version.

The Apple iPad 2 will be available in either black or white at launch, will run Apple iOS 4.3, and is expected to launch on March 25th for Canadians. No confirmation on pricing just yet, but we'll be sure to keep you updated once more information becomes available!


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The BlackBerry Bold 9780 has proven to be decently successful, featuring BlackBerry OS 6, upgraded memory, and an improved camera. Now, 4 major carriers have officially launched the white version of the device, ending the days of exclusive colour variations. The white version comes in at the same price point as the standard black one, with Bell offering it up at $99.95 on a 3 year term, or $499.95 contract-free. Telus and Virgin Mobile have it priced the same, with a 3-year agreement getting you the device for $99.99, or a price point of $499.99 contract-free. Rogers has it listed for $149.99 on a 3-year term or $449.99 contract-free, coming in the highest with a contract, but cheapest outright.


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There have been tons of delays when it comes to the iPhone 4 in white, but it seems we finally have confirmation of when it will be available. According to Apple signs, the white iPhone 4 will be available in Spring 2011. It's odd that Apple still intends on releasing this colour variation, as one can only assume that they're next mobile device (iPhone 5?) will be launched in the summer time. Have you been holding out for the iPhone 4 in white?


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Sasktel has recently introduced the red variation of the BlackBerry Torch 9800, a nice colour arriving just in time for the holidays. The red version comes in at the same price as the standard black version, which is $180 on a 3 year term, or $665 contract-free. The Torch is possibly RIM's most popular device right now, featuring an impressively responsive touchscreen, slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, and BlackBerry OS 6 featuring a new UI and WebKit browser.


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Videotron recently launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G, and they're adding a second colour variation to the list of options their customers have. The red Curve 3G is available now from Videotron at the same price points as the standard colour, with the reduced price coming in at $49.95 and contract-free pricing at $349.95. Just to recap on the Curve 3G's specs, it runs on OS 5 (Upgradeable to OS 6 when available), and features a 320x240 display, 3G connectivity, a 2MP camera, and can connect to Wi-Fi. Additionally, it can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card to hold all of your music, videos, and more.


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We recently saw Rogers launch the Sony Ericsson X10 Mini, the smallest Android handset on the market. Thanks to an update from Rogers on Twitter, we now know they'll be launching the Mini Pro sometime later this year. The X10 Mini Pro features a 2.5" (240x320) touch screen, horizontally sliding QWERTY keyboard, and a 5MP camera with LED flash. The X10 Mini Pro will launch running Android 1.6, and is powered by a 600MHz processor, and features all of your standard connectivity options including 3G, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS. No word yet on exactly when this new X10 variation will launch, or the pricing, but we'll be sure to let you know once more information is available!


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Canadians have been patiently waiting for variations of the successful Android-powered Sony Ericsson X10, and Rogers has finally launched the X10 Mini. The X10 Mini features a significantly smaller and more compact design, and features a 2.55" (240x320) touch screen, 5MP camera, and runs Android 1.6. It supports HSPA, Wi-Fi, and GPS connectivity, and carries 128MB of internal memory which can be expanded up to 16GB via microSD. The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini is available now through Rogers for $29.99 on a 3 year term, or $374.99 contract-free.


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WIND Mobile has recently added the black variation of the Nokia 5230 to it's line-up, complimenting the existing white model already offered. All features and specifications remain the same, as well as the existing price of $180 contract-free.

The Nokia 5230 features a 3.2" (640x360) touch screen, GPS, and a 2MP camera. It supports AWS (HSPA) connectivity for faster data speeds, and is expandable up to 16GB via microSD. When purchased from Wind, the handset will come with a free 2GB memory card and wired headset to get you started.


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