HTC One owners are in for a treat today, as the device is receiving Android 4.3 directly from its shipping version of 4.1.2. Rogers, Bell, TELUS, and Virgin Mobile users are getting notifications of the new software, jumping to build 3.22.631.1 with a 573.96MB file. On top of the low-level improvements that come with Android 4.3,
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The LG G2 is officially available in Canada today from a number of carriers. So far Rogers, Bell and TELUS have gone live, but the G2 will also be heading to Videotron, SaskTel and WIND Mobile. This flagship Android comes with a 5.2-inch full HD IPS display (1080 x 1920 resolution, 423 ppi), 2.26GHz quad-core
Whether it be divine timing, or to keep up with its competitors, TELUS has lowered the cost of their roaming plans for those travelling to the United States. In an email to us, plus a tip via our tip line, TELUS stated that “The new US travel combo passes have dropped significantly with savings of
When the Galaxy Gear smart watch launches in early October, only one smartphone will be able to interface with it: the Galaxy Note 3. Even the Galaxy S4, the company’s flagship smartphone, won’t be able to speak to the wrist piece due to it lacking a Bluetooth LE stack only available in Android 4.3. The company
TELUS is one of the many carriers that will be releasing the G2 on Friday. This Android powerhouse will only be in black and we can now confirm its pricing. Similar to its competitors, TELUS will make the G2 available for $650 outright and $199 on a 2-year.
Sony’s latest premium smartphone is set to arrive in Canada only months after Bell launched its waterproof predecessor. The Sony Xperia Z1 was introduced this summer and boasts a number of hardware improvements, including a modern 2.2Ghz Snapdragon 800 processor, a 20.7MP Exmor RS sensor with an f/2.0 G Lens aperture, and Android 4.2 Jelly
For a company of LG’s size and leadership in so many areas of tech, from televisions to washing machines, having comparatively small market share in the smartphone business must chafe. The company, like its South Korean counterpart Samsung, has been making decent phones for a few years — the G2X and Optimus LTE spring to
Good news for those TELUS customers who have the HTC One. According to TELUS’ “Upcoming software updates schedule” the all-aluminum beauty is expected to shed the older version of Jelly Bean in favour of OS 4.3. TELUS states that testing is currently in progress and we can expect it to be available for download sometime
TELUS is set to unveil a new program called T-UP! that purports to make it easier and more economical to get a new phone every year. Though on the surface it appears to be similar to promotions by T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint in the U.S., T-UP! has one fundamental difference: it is (currently) limited
For a while this summer, the incumbent carriers were beating the drum over a potential spectrum coup committed by U.S.-based Verizon Wireless. Under the current rules, telcos with over 10% wireless share are only allowed to bid on one spectrum block per region; all other bidders are welcome to two. Verizon was rumoured to enter