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Bell launches the HTC Legend

June 16th, 2010

Virgin Mobile is no longer the only Canadian carrier to offer the HTC Legend, as today its parent company, Bell, announced that it too will be carrying the milled aluminum handset. Sporting the same $79.99 price tag for those that opt for a 3-year contract, the only major difference between the two is that the Bell …

Virgin Mobile Canada launches the HTC Legend

June 11th, 2010

Sure low-cost carriers in the U.S. might have some of the best rate plans out there, but there’s no denying that when it comes to handset selection, Canada’s low-cost carriers have it locked down. A case in point is the HTC Legend, now available from Virgin Mobile. $349.99 on a 30-day contract or $79.99 on …

T-Mobile rumored to launch Samsung Galaxy S on July 21st

June 8th, 2010

It’s been long established (albeit unofficially) that T-Mobile will launch the Samsung Galaxy S, but a timeframe for release has always eluded us. That is until one of TmoNews’ tipsters threw their hat into the ring. According to them, the big date for the launch of the most advanced T-Mobile, Android handset will be July …

AT&T-bound and Android 2.1-powered Samsung i897 breaks cover

May 28th, 2010

Have you spent countless nights wishing that AT&T would introduce a respectable Android smartphone into its product offerings? Well, to you we say meet the Samsung i897 — leaked for your viewing pleasure by the folks at AndroidGuys. Closely resembling the Samsung Galaxy S, the i897 is said to come with a 4″ AMOLED touchscreen display, 5 …

Samsung: OLED shortage will continue as demand swells

May 20th, 2010

Speaking at the Reuters Global Technology Summit on Thursday, Lee Wong-jong, VP of marketing for Samsung, said that the global shortage of OLED displays will continue in foreseeable future as demand has greatly outpaced supply. Said Lee, “demand for high-end displays is very strong and we may continue to fail to meet all customer requirements, even …

Samsung's Galaxy S all but confirmed for life with T-Mobile

May 14th, 2010

Samsung and T-Mobile might as well just let the cat out of the bag and announce they’re banding together for the launch of the Galaxy S. While watching it get fondled by Howard Choi on YouTube, we couldn’t help but note two things: 1) It’s model number was listed as the SGH-T959 (a dead giveaway), and …

Samsung’s upcoming i5801 gets a hands-on

May 13th, 2010

Apple’s not the only company dealing with a misplaced prototype this morning, as the Samsung GT-i5801 has been giving the hands on treatment by HoFo founder Howard Chui. Much like the Galaxy Spica, the i5801 — which may or may not be branded as the Galaxy 3 — is an entry-level Android smartphone. What sets it …

Dell Lightning, Flash, Thunder and Smoke leak out

April 21st, 2010

Dell might not currently be putting its best foot forward when it comes to smartphones, but man does it ever look to have plans when it comes to Windows Phone 7 and Android. Engadget was sent some slides of the Texas company’s Lightning, Flash and Thunder and do they ever strike our fancy. Just like …

Samsung Galaxy Spica now available from Rogers, will get 2.1 update

March 9th, 2010

As was widely expected, Rogers today announced the immediate availability of the Samsung Galaxy Spica. The carrier’s fourth Android smartphone, the Galaxy Spica offers a 3.2″ AMOLED HVGA capacitive display, 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, 3.6Mbps HSDPA/UMTS, 800MHz processor and up to 7 hours of talk time and 10 days of standby for $79.99 on …

Rogers readying to launch the Samsung Galaxy Spica at $79.99

March 4th, 2010

Another day, yet another Android handset headed to Canada? In the words of Palin, “you betcha!” The Samsung Galaxy Spica, which was unveiled this past November, will purportedly go for $79.99 on a 3-year contract while also being available for $449.99 without strings. Not too bad considering the fact it has a 3.2″ AMOLED capacitive …