Category: Fido

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Fido releases the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini

Affordable devices have hit several carriers over the past few weeks (Galaxy S3 mini, HTC Desire, HTC mini) and now Fido is following the footsteps of Rogers, TELUS and Koodo by launching the Galaxy S4 mini. The price falls in line with parent-company Rogers, but is $50 higher than TELUS and Koodo at $450 outright,

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Motorola to upgrade Rogers and Fido RAZR HD LTE to KitKat

Motorola has already promised to update both the Moto X and the new Moto G to Android OS 4.4 KitKat “in the coming weeks.” We’ll most likely see these arrive in Canada sometime in January, but if you’re rocking an older device there is a solid amount of hope for you. According to Motorola’s device

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Here are a few $60/month promo plans to be aware of

Adding to the plethora of plans is a “limited time offer” from Rogers specifically that includes a bit of data, minutes and unlimited messaging. This plan is apparently ‘will not appear in any mass advertising’ and usually costs $70/month, but will now see a discount of $10/month. $60/month 150 Canada-wide minutes and unlimited evening and

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Cheap and cheerful: four mid-range Android devices compared

There are a lot of smartphones out there, and I’ll be the first to admit we don’t do a great job reporting on the lesser-known ones. It’s always exciting to cover a powerful flagship with an extensive feature set, but many factors, from price to size, lead people to purchase cheaper, smaller, less powerful devices.

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HTC Desire 601 now available at Rogers and Fido

The HTC Desire – also known as the Desire 601 – has been released by Fido. This entry-level Android is priced accordingly at $0 on 2-year or $300 outright. Certainly a good deal for the specs. The Desire has a 4.5 inch display (540 x 960 pixel resolution), LTE-connectivity, a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a 5MP

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Motorola releases standalone Moto X camera app on the Play Store

Motorola has, as it did with Touchless Control, released a standalone version of its camera app to Google Play. This separates the app from needing a firmware update to be improved, and provides Motorola a vehicle for more regularly updating the 10MP camera, which has been heavily criticized. The company released a photo-centric firmware update

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