Registrations for a closed beta program open tomorrow through July 2.
Two variants have been certified by the Chinese regulator, both look different from the A77 already available in Taiwan.
This was revealed by the usually reliable tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks).
Aside from the flagship duo, the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5 units are also receiving a security patch.
While Videotron is offering the handset for CAD300 ($225), Freedom Mobile is selling it for CAD320 ($240). Telus and Rogers variants cost CAD325 ($244) and CAD350 (around $265), respectively.
Carrier Telus is selling the tablet for CAD 180 ($135) outright.
Best Buy Canada is offering the deal. Shipments begin June 26 onwards.
Launched back in April this year, the service is currently only available in a handful of markets in the US.
The list includes Alabama Credit Union, Bank of Sullivan, Cabrillo Credit Union, Decorah Bank & Trust, and Equity Bank.
Share and edit markup multiple screenshots at once and also drag and drop them on the iPad.
Pre-orders for this color version went live in the US a few days ago.
The upcoming phone is also said to employ dual rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back.
The model has so far been spotted in certain Asian markets as well as the UK.
The mid-range smartphone launched in the US last month, priced at $299.99.
The most controversial thing about Google's free email service is going away in a few months.
The Taiwanese company wants you to know that it's still working on new functionality for your squeezes.
The photo-focused social network sure seems to be interested in becoming the only social network you use.
A new comprehensive leak brings us a lot of details about Samsung's next top of the line smartphone.
The listing reveals a 5.4” screen, all other specs are the same as the Galaxy S8.