SaskTel will be going live with their LTE network sometime later this year, but that didn’t stop them from releasing an LTE-capable device. Back in May they launched the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE and similar to Bell, SaskTel customers will be able to upgrade to Android OS 4.0.4 today. Go forth and check
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An upgrade has been pushed through for a couple SaskTel BlackBerry devices. The Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 have both received OS 188.8.131.523, which brings better battery life and the BlackBerry Application Resource Monitor. If you’re interested in keeping up with the latest OS, then make sure you download them at the link below. As
SaskTel has released the BlackBerry Curve 9320, which unfortunately looks like all the previous entry level Curve devices. However, this one comes with the dedicated BBM button. The runaway highlight of this smartphone is not the specs – full QWERTY keyboard, OS 7.1, 2.44-inch display, 3.2MP camera, WiFi, GPS, 1450mAh battery – but the price.
Another Android OS 4.0 device has hit the shelves at SaskTel. This time the entry-level LG Optimus L5 makes an appearance and it’s competitively priced to match or outsell both Bell and Virgin $149.99. The L5 has respectable specs for an entry level and for the price: 4-inch touchscreen display (resolution of 320 x 480),
Samsung Canada has already confirmed that the Galaxy S III will be heading to multiple carriers on June 20th. In addition, they’ll be celebrating this momentous occasion by rocking out with 3 launch parties in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and have also put three GSIII’s up for grabs. Seems like they are going all out on
The day has arrived for SaskTel. If you’re a hardcore Roughriders fan than this is a no brainer. The regional carrier has just released the HTC One S “Roughriders Edition.” This is a solid Android 4.0 device that comes with a bunch of exclusive Rider stuff: a “specially wrapped box,” pre-loaded with the official Roughriders
The “HTC One S Roughriders Edition” is heading to SaskTel and rumours are that it’ll be available next week. The good news for those in Saskatchewan is that the regional carrier has listed their prices of this Android OS 4.0 powered device on their website. Here they are – the no-contract is the currently the
This is awesome. Not only has SaskTel signed up to release the HTC One S, but they’ve dreamed up the fancy name and called it the “Roughriders Edition.” The specs are the same what TELUS, Virgin, Bell and Fido have launched but SaskTel says their One S will offer “Rider junkies” a “specially wrapped box
Ice Cream Sandwich has arrived on the shelves at SaskTel. The HTC One V has been released – the second carrier to launch the device in Canada – for free on a 3-year and hits a $269.99 outright. This device has Beats Audio, Sense 4.0, 3.7-inch Super LCD display, 5MP camera and packs a 1Ghz
Heads up for those SaskTel customers… The Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE is now available. Until their LTE network gets rolled out later this year, this LTE-capable device will connect to their HSPA+ 4G network. The good news is that it’ll be upgraded to OS 4.0, but has OS 2.3 packed into it today.