Category: Vidéotron

Videotron releases the BlackBerry Bold 9900

If you want the best of both worlds – a full QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen – the BlackBerry Bold 9900 is good looking device, seriously. It’s thin, has been bumped up in power and can also shoot 720p HD videos with its 5MP camera. Even though Canada hasn’t reached the level of mobile payment


Vidéotron to release the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Curve 9360

The good news is that there will be a couple new BlackBerry devices coming to Vidéotron. The bad news is there’s no confirmed date or prices. According to the BlackBerry software download section for Quebec-carrier Vidéotron it shows both the Bold 9900 and the Curve 9360. These both run of the new BlackBerry 7 OS


HTC Flyer 4G now available at Videotron

Videotron has expanded their tablet lineup and we think they are the first carrier in Canada to offer the HTC Flyer 4G. The Wi-Fi only version was launched last month and only sold through retail outlet The Source. Videotron has priced this Android 2.3 tablet that’s capable of reaching peak download speeds of 14.4 Mbps


Videotron releases 42Mbps capable Huawei E372 internet stick

In March Videotron announced they would “begin offering its first HSPA+ smartphone and an Internet key with a maximum speed of 42 mbps in spring 2011″… although there has been a bit of a delay, the Huawei E372 internet stick is available for $59.95 on a “reduced price” or $195.95 no-term. This is being called


Samsung Galaxy mini finds itself at Videotron, available for $229.95

Videotron has added another Android device to their lineup. The Samsung Galaxy Mini is available today, this will also be heading to Mobilicity and WIND. Specs of the Galaxy Mini have it coming with OS 2.2 Froyo (no word on an upgrade to 2.3), 3.14-inch touchscreen with a 3 megapixel camera. The prices are respectable


Videotron Nexus One update to OS 2.3.4 now available

Videotron Nexus One users will be happy today. Android OS 2.3.4 Gingerbread is now available for you to download over the air. Go ahead and upgrade, check Settings > About Phone > System Updates. Source: Videotron (Thanks Marco!)