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LG X power2 Will Be Available At Telus From July 19

The LG X power2 smartphone will be available on Telus from July 19, after it initially became available at other Canadian carriers back in June. The date was first leaked by a Telus employee and the company then proceeded to confirm the date, so there is less than a week to wait. The original leaker also provided an outright price of $240 CAD (approximately $188 USD) for the device, although it’s worth pointing out that the carrier...

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Moto Z2 Play Is Now Available For Purchase In Canada

Motorola’s Moto Z2 Play has finally arrived on Canadian stores 10 months after its predecessor was released in the country. The second generation Moto Z Play is now available to purchase from carriers Bell, Bell MTS, SaskTel, and Freedom Mobile for up to $800 outright. Motorola officially unveiled the phone in early June as a successor to the Moto Z Play for the upper mid-range market, complete with support for Moto Mods and other...

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Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Can Now Be Purchased In Canada

Canadian consumers may now purchase the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 from wireless carriers Videotron, Rogers, Freedom Mobile, and Telus. Across the carriers, the device may either be purchased outright or as part of a two-year contract. The device can be purchased from Quebec-based wireless carrier Videotron for CAD300 or for a CAD20 downpayment along with a two-year contract that costs CAD50 per month. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is also...

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No Google Home Multiple User Support In Canada At Launch

When Google Home arrives in Canada, it will arrive without multi-user support, according to a new report out of MobileSyrup. While Google has not confirmed as much publicly, the report notes that the conformation has come from Google Canada. Adding that while multi-user support will not be available at the time of Google Home’s Canadian debut, it will become available at some point. Although there was no firm confirmation on how long...

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Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 To Launch This Month Through Bell

The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 will launch in Canada on June 23 through Bell, industry sources said on Friday. Samsung’s latest rugged Android smartphone has been originally unveiled back in March and started hitting some markets a month later, but it’s still not available for purchase in many markets. The Montreal-based mobile service provider will likely be offering the device through a variety of plans and also sell it without a...

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Huawei P10 Lite Coming To Videotron, Available At Best Buy

The mid-range alternative to Huawei’s flagship device, the Huawei P10 Lite, is now available to Canadian consumers through Best Buy Canada, and Quebec-based wireless carrier Videotron will start selling it later today. For those of you interested in purchasing the unlocked version of the handset, the Huawei P10 Lite is available at Best Buy Canada. The device, however, can only be ordered from Best Buy’s online store for CAD...

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Huawei P10, P10 Plus Now Sold By Canadian Wireless Carriers

Huawei’s P10 and P10 Plus smartphones are now available in Canada, with various price plans available from Rogers, Bell, and Videotron. The Huawei P10 is being offered by all of the above carriers, while the Huawei P10 Plus is only available through Rogers. At Rogers, the P10 is now available in Black and Prestige Gold colors following a period of pre-orders, with an off-contract price of $649 CAD, as previously announced....