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Huawei provides an affordable option to other cellular network equipment vendors and carriers like Telus want that quite badly. But are strings attached?
Canada's Telus is defending Huawei, as executive vice president acknowledges the partnership in an internal memo sent out to employees.
Two big price cuts later and the Canadian carrier has announced that it won't take any more stock of Andy Rubin's newfangled Android phone.
The Canadian carrier has pushed prices down from its original price of $1,050 outright to $650. And the contract price is way, way better.
The all-touch TCL-made BlackBerry Motion is almost ready for primetime up north, where it's going to cost around $600 CAD outright.
Term pricing has been reduced by $90 on the two tiers available: each are now $200 and $400 down with a compliant service plan.
Enough waiting around for Andy Rubin's Essential Phone. The "edge-to-edge" device is shipping in a matter of days from the OEM, Amazon and Telus.
Bell already has an update out for the Nexus 6P, but Rogers users will have to wait. This delay could be tied to compatibility issues with some US carriers.
The Essential Phone will get two years of OS updates and an extra year of security patches to boot, but there's more to the message of Essential, here.
That's US$825, or about an 18 percent premium on what the Essential PH-1 is marked for in the United States. Shipping begins within a month.
It seems that the carriers have been eating up plenty of stock from TCL, so much that the company can't lock up enough units for the unlocked market.
Virgin Mobile has confirmed that it has extended the warranty of its LG G4 over this stark issue while Rogers and Fido are working on it.
Carriers must be able to provide device unlocking free of charge from day one. Customers now also have more control on overage caps
Andy Rubin's buzzy, "edge-to-edge" Essential Phone will launch with Sprint stateside and Telus up north at some point in the coming weeks.
Amazon and Best Buy ran out of BlackBerry KEYone inventory in less than a day stateside, while Telus had to reconsider the phone's launch up north.
Free? Well, you'll have paid some kind of cost in terms of time in order to have gotten this generous Verizon goodie for a Pixel.
Bell is the latest of four Canadian carriers to move the Android Nougat update to the HTC One M9. United States carriers are taking it slow.
Apparently, Telus customers who bought a Pixel are getting a very special update just for them that allows them some notification ease.
The new headset will spread across the US, Canada, the UK, Germany and Australia at carrier and tech retail stores in addition to the Google Store.
Android Nougat updates for Nexus devices could begin today, later this month or at another point in the near future, as "issues" have been discovered.
The carrier will be pushing out the Android 7.0 update to Nexus 5X and 6P devices starting on August 22. What about the Nexus 6 and 9?