Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

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Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days:

  • CRTC releases data on device unlock revenue made by Canadian carriers [Read here]
  • Telus expands ‘Your Choice’rate plans with inclusive Canada-US data roaming options [Read here]
  • ‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel and Pixel XL are now available at Rogers [Read here]
  • This is the BlackBerry Aurora, runs Android 7.0 with a 5.5-inch touchscreen display [Read here]
  • Bluetooth use on Canadian airlines is still up in the air [Read here]
  • Here’s our best look at the Galaxy S8 yet [Read here]
  • How to use APN settings for Canadian carriers [Read here]
  • MobileSyrup is now selling unique, Canadian-focused carrier t-shirts! [Read here]
  • Rogers and Bell to release the LG V20 in March [Read here]
  • LG G6 Hands-on [Read here]
  • Samsung will reveal the Galaxy S8 on March 29th [Read here]
  • Motorola unveils the all-metal Moto G5 and G5 Plus [Read here]
  • LG announces the G6 [Read here]
  • Videotron becomes first Canadian carrier to announce plans to launch the LG G6 [Read here]
  • More Canadian schools are finding ways to use smartphones for education [Read here]
  • What the P10 launch in Canada means for Huawei [Read here]
  • Sony Xperia XA1 and Xperia XA1 Ultra Hands-on: A look at Sony’s mid-range phones [Read here]
  • BlackBerry KEYone coming to Telus in April [Read here]
  • Huawei P10 and P10 Plus are coming to Canada this spring [Read here]
  • Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is coming to Canada for $799 [Read here]
  • The Nokia 3310 is back and in colour [Read here]
  • Xperia Touch Hands-on: Sony’s Android-based projector [Read here]
  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium Hands-on: Smart camera package, shiny look [Read here]
  • BlackBerry officially reveals the Android-powered ‘KEYone’ [Read here]
  • Huawei P10 vs. Huawei P10 Plus vs. P9: What’s the difference? [Read here]
  • Nokia reveals the Android-powered Nokia 5, Nokia 3 and details Nokia 6 global rollout [Read here]