The Motorola Moto E is one of the most affordable smartphones on the market. This entry-level beauty has a 4.3-inch display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 1980 mAh battery, a 5MP camera and runs Android 4.4 Kit Kat — you can check our review here. Thanks to our friends at Motorola Canada we
Motorola’s entry-level Moto E has made it over to regional carrier Eastlink and can be yours for $0 on its 2-year easyTab, or a high $192 retail price – which Eastlink notes “is made to last and priced for all.” As a refresher, the specs of the Moto E have it coming with a 4.3-inch
Back in 2012, the CRTC forecasted that the coveted 416 Toronto area code would be depleted by July 2015. To combat this they came out with 647 and, years later, 437. In addition, area code 387 was also set aside is to be set aside for future relief. Glen Brown, project manager with the Canadian Numbering
Virgin Mobile will also release the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 2S, starts taking Tester Team applications
The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 2S is heading to Bell on July 28th and it seems that its sub-brand Virgin Mobile will also carry the mid-range Android device. While not yet officially announced, Virgin has started accepting applications to its Tester Team for “an army of super-savvy Member phone lovers” to test out the Idol 2S. Those
This is the Samsung Galaxy S5 Alpha. Previous reports indicated that this new Android smartphone would officially be announced next month, and a new set of images has arrived to confirm both the name and design. As expected, the Galaxy S5 Alpha will target customers pining for Samsung’s hardware in a premium metal body. The Galaxy S5 Alpha
Amazon announced its first foray into the smartphone market last month with the Fire phone. The device runs Fire OS 3.5, which is a customized version of Android, and sports a 4.7 IPS LCD HD display, 2.2GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 13MP shooter. Most of the uniqueness
Regional carrier MTS is approaching 2-years of offering LTE speeds in Manitoba. The company went live on August 28th, 2012 and at the time LTE (Long Term Evolution) was only available in Winnipeg and Brandon. Now, a couple of years later, MTS has dramatically expanded the coverage and reaches 97% of the province’s population, or
Guy Laurence and his Rogers 3.0 vision is coming together. According to a report in the Toronto Star, Rogers has shed several hundred middle management positions and approximately 15% of its employees at the VP and above level. Rogers spokesperson Patricia Trott stated that the company is currently overhauling its customer service experience and “as
Almost eleven months ago, the entry-level BlackBerry Q5 was released in Canada. The device resembled a QWERTY BlackBerry Q10, but sported a plastic body with squared-off corners. With the new wave of BlackBerry devices upon us, it seems that Bell is making space on its shelves, giving the Q5 an “End of Life” notice.
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