If you happen to call Canada your home and want to get in on Motorola’s latest smartphone offerings, you’re in luck this week. Motorola Canada has announced that the Moto X Play will be headed to retail stores in the great white north starting this Friday, August 21.
Starting today, June 3, all Canadians now fall under the Wireless Code of Conduct, which outlines the rights and responsibilities of wireless customers.
The Wireless Code of Conduct is a regulation in Canada from the Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that aims to protect wireless customers from outrageous fees, contract cancellation waiting periods, and more. For instance, the cancellation fee for a fixed-term contract can not be more expensive than the remaining total cost of your device. [Read More…]
Samsung Galaxy S5 owners on Rogers, TELUS, Koodo, WIND Mobile and other networks in Canada should be looking to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop.
For those north of the border, don’t think Google has forgotten about you when it comes to the Nexus 6. The device will be available for pre-order in Canada on October 29th and will cost $ 749 for 32GB and $ 799 for 64GB.
Unfortunately that’s a $ 100 markup on what the US will be charged.
Whilst it doesn’t justify the price hike for [Read More…]
Rogers has just released the gold version of the HTC One M8, and they’re the only ones who will have it in Canada for the foreseeable future. In addition to the exclusive amber gold, Rogers still has the glacial silver and gunmetal grey editions that the HTC One M8 launched with back in March.
Canadians airlines will soon allow unrestricted electronics access to customers following a new ruling by Canada’s Transport Minister. The move comes after the US FAA announced last year that customers can use their electronic devices during “all phases of flight.”
Owners of the HTC One M7 in Canada have a big treat waiting for them in their Software Update settings: Sense 6. As promised by HTC last month, they’ve been working on an upgrade for the HTC One M7 to Sense 6 that debuted on the HTC One M8, and now, at least in Canada, that update is available.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 from a variety of regions have been receiving the jump to Android 4.4, and now it seems the Canadian carriers have flipped the switch for their devices. Users across Bell, Telus and Rogers have been reporting that their Note 3s and Galaxy S4s are receiving the large OTA downloads — about 440MB each — to bump up to KitKat, bringing some subtle interface changes and all of the [Read More…]
Canada is once again getting a jump on its neighbors to the south when it comes to carrier competition. Though the first major LTE network in North America was launched in the United States, Canada can [Read More…]
Welcome to the best Canadian Android Phones as of Feb. 2, 2012. Or you can call them our favorite Android phones. Or the top Android phones. Really, call them whatever you want. Here’s what you’re getting: Our unabashed, unapologetic and unequivocal list of what we consider to be the best Android smartphones available on the three major Canadian carriers today.
Just like with our American list, you can’t [Read More…]