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From Htcyou: LG Canada has recently confirmed that the Optimus L7 will arrive to the country via Rogers. The device will be available on their ‘Smartphone Lite’ category. More »


Rogers has finally finished all its process towards preorder reservations, announcements, leaks and all that for their LTE Samsung Galaxy S II, and has announced that the device could start shipping as early as next week. More »


Recently, Blackberry production company RIM has just released a big slash in price of their tablet “PlayBook” for Canadian cell phone carrier Rogers, all the way up to 50% off. More »


On July 30th, when Apple releases the iPhone 4 in more than a dozen other countries, Canada will get its at $659 CDN unlocked and $779 for the 32Gb model. Apple already offers the iPhone unlocked in many nations, where GSM/HSPA is the norm. More »


From Htcyou: A lot has been written about “Antenna Gate,” some of it from raging fanboys and fangirls who are blind, and some of it from more balanced and level headed perspectives. While HTC, Nokia, RIM, and Samsung vehemently try to disassociate themselves from Apple’s highly publicized iPhone 4 antenna problems, anyone who has done even half an hour of research on the topic will learn that Apple’s claims are mostly true. More »


From Htcyou: Along with Bell, which is releasing the Galaxy S in July, Rogers is making the ubiquitous Samsung super-smartphone available to Canadians. More »


Canadian iPhone hacker Planetbeing Tweets that he has soft-unlocked an iPhone 4 and is using it on Rogers. More »


Rogers and Acer have teamed up to break from a painful (to the consumer) tradition, which stipulates that all powerful smartphones must sell for over $500. The Acer Liquid E is a Snapdragon CPU, Android 2.1 Eclair powered unit that has a delicious high-resolution (800×480) 3.5″ LCD and sells for only $424.99 outright or $49.99 with a standard 3-year Canadian contract. More »


From Htcyou: Rogers and Acer have teamed up to break from a painful (to the consumer) tradition, which stipulates that all powerful smartphones must sell for over $500. The Acer Liquid E is a Snapdragon CPU, Android 2.1 Eclair powered unit that has a delicious high-resolution (800×480) 3.5″ LCD and sells for only $424.99 outright or $49.99 with a standard 3-year Canadian contract. More »


From Htcyou: As AT&T; customers angrily know, their carrier cripples their phones, and the HTC Aria is no exception. Well, eugene373 (unofficial HTC rooting guru) has applied the same HTC MyTouch 3G Slide hack on the Aria. Also, Sony’s once promising Xperia X10 has also been rooted, but instructions for the procedure are pending. More »


Since AT&T has its exclusionary claws on Apple’s iPhone 4, Americans cannot use the device with other carriers, but the situation is drastically different in Canada, the UK, and continental Europe, where most GSM/WCDMA networks carry the smartphone. Apple UK is selling the unlocked iPhone 4 at £499 for the 16Gb and £599 for the 32Gb. More »


RIM’s major touchscreen entrant into the smartphone wars gets another round of photographs, this time from a Chinese blog that was silly not to include its URL allover the images! More »


From Htcyou: Great Scots! The $425 Canadian report about the Acer Liquid E is true! Roger’s exclusive Liquid E has the same Snapdragon processor as the Nexus One but is slightly underclocked to 768MHz. More »


Excitement is growing for RIM’s soon to be released premium touchscreen BlackBerry Bold 9800, which takes BlackBerrys where they have never gone before. AT&T is one of potentially many GSM carriers (sorry, Verizon and Sprint improbable) in the States that will be handling the smartphone. More »


From Htcyou: In my estimation, the prettiest Android smartphone on the planet, the aluminum unibody HTC Legend has passed through the FCC’s procedural and is going to Canadian GSM carriers: either Rogers, Bell Mobility, or Telus. For Americans, AT&T; has scored the Legend. More »


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