The HTC 10 will cost more than the Galaxy S7 on contract when it goes on sale at Bell this Friday.
According to sources close to Android Central, the HTC 10 will cost $ 349.99 on a 2-year contract at its exclusive carrier on April 29, with an outright price of $ 899.99 — $ 100 less than HTC’s retail price for the handset unlocked.
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Does your Android device have the latest update?
Bell, Canada’s third-largest carrier, doesn’t always make it easy to find out when its smartphones will be updated, but it does keep a comprehensive list of recent improvements.
Unlike Telus and Rogers, Bell doesn’t keep a list of updates, but it does have a listing for every smartphone it’s sold in the past few years, along with that device’s latest update.
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Bell ID, a company that develops token management software for mobile payments, has announced that it is adding support for Android Pay. From Bell ID:
Bell ID, the mobile payments specialist recently acquired by Rambus Cryptography Research, today announces it will support international issuing banks, payment schemes and processors to integrate with Android Pay. Bell ID customers can utilize its Token Service Provider (TSP) software to enable and secure near field communication (NFC) payments functionality on Android [Read More…]
Samsung and Bell Canada have announced that the massive Samsung Galaxy View tablet will be coming to Canada exclusively through Bell. In Canada, the Galaxy View will come with Bell’s Fibe TV video straming app pre-installed, which offers video from over 300 channels, including both live and on-demand programming.
If you’re using a Galaxy S5 on Canada’s Bell network, you’re in for a sweet treat today. The carrier has announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop is rolling out for the device starting today.
Canada is the latest country to receive the Galaxy Note Edge, with carriers Bell and Rogers set to carry the device. Best Buy has started taking pre-orders for the device at its retail stores and outlets located at malls throughout the country.
With the official launch of the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo on the horizon, Bell Canada has cut the price of the original Galaxy Gear to $ 99.97 at its online store. No special strings to pull or promo codes to apply -— the price has simply been cut by $ 250 for the smartwatch. You’ll even have your choice of black, ivory (white) or orange.
The interesting saga of Samsung Galaxy Nexus OTA’s has now spread to Canada. Users of Bell Mobility in the Great White North are now reporting Android 4.0.2 is now setting off update notifications on their devices. This version is still a bit behind as some have since moved on to Android 4.0.3 but if nothing else it’s interesting how the updates have been rolling out. If you’re on Bell and have a [Read More…]
We already know that the 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note will be headed to TELUS and Rogers next month, but now we have confirmation that it’s landing on Bell Mobility Canada too. The 5.3-inch monster phone, already released internationally and coming to AT&T in the U.S. in February, appears alongside a “coming soon” message on the carrier’s official website.
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