HTC is having a “Meet Up” in Vancouver, Toronto & Montréal (See Alexander Graham Bell’s early sketch of the telephone)

Kate O'Brien

May 19, 2011 2:09 pm


HTC is sponsoring an event called “Telephones Lines…From Rotary To Hands Free – The Evolution Of Telecommunications Design”. The event will showcase how phones has evolved over the years and will exhibit the first cellphone and also have Alexander Graham Bell’s early sketch for an “electrical phone”. Everyone is welcome to attend and HTC have their latest devices on display for all to experience.

Update: We’ve been informed that there’ll be several current Canadian HTC devices and also a global version of the Android HTC Flyer on hand, plus they will be giving away three HTC devices.

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  • jad

    first!

    • Guy

      You fail.

    • Colin

      That is so last year.

  • Jonathan

    Hope they will have french people for the Montréal presentation.

    • Red Foreman

      f**k that, learn the language or don’t attend

    • Learn English you knobs

      Learn the superior language of English you knobs. English is the number 1 language of the world, bout time you knobs in Quebec learn this language. Stop being so dumb and forcing your pathetic French language on the rest of Canada. 99% of the Canadian population speak English, which should tell you something that your 1% of your pathetic French means nothing

  • Fox

    Would love to see this come to Atlantic Canada which happens to house the Alexander Graham Bell museum…just saying. :-)

  • Shnur

    When when when when? I’m totally going to see it, since I live in Montreal :)

  • TheTigerTek

    How do RSVP?? I want to get my hands on the HTC Flyer… I doubt its better than my PlayBook… phone OS even HoneyComb not a big fan of it.

  • Kiff

    Does this costs money?

  • BalouQc

    To @Learn English you knobs and @RedForman.
    God forbid you show some real brains and learn 2 languages even if it’s not French, the more languages the better unless you really want to stay in your silly hick-town in Ontario (I’d be willing to bet on Sault Ste-Marie) Restez ignorants pauvres unilingue anglo-Canadien…