Now that the Note 7 has launched this is what we found


Now that the Note 7 has launched this is what we found

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7…WOW that’s all we can say. Check out the “How to take better photos with a Galaxy phone” written by CELLA LAO ROUSSEAU

How to take better photos with a Galaxy phone

How do I take amazing photos with my Galaxy phone?

Shooting phenomenal photographs with your DSLR can be relatively easy, but getting the same stunning quality and clarity with your smartphone is a bit more of a challenge.

Luckily there are some surefire ways to get high-quality photographs with your Galaxy phone. Here are a couple of things to try the next time you’re lining up a shot to capture that picture-perfect moment!

  • Use the rule of thirds
  • Shoot with a tripod
  • Get creative with external lenses
  • Get familiar with your modes
  • Forget the flash – use external lighting

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Another real cool feature for this phone is it’s charging ability. Read MIKE TANASYCHUK from Android Central below:

Best wireless charging pads for Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Fast Charge

What’s the best wireless charger for Galaxy Note 7? Any that are Fast Charge-enabled!

The Galaxy Note 7 has a big ol’ 3500 mAh battery, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to last you all day if you push the phone hard. That huge 5.7-inch screen and high-end specs take a lot to power and you might need to charge up throughout your day.

A wireless charger lets you remain free of annoying cables, so you can just pick up your phone, do what you need to do, and put it right back on the charger. There are a ton of wireless charging stands, but not all of them are compatible with Samsung’s Fast Charge.

We’ve rounded up the best of the best and all of these chargers are Fast Charge-enabled so that you don’t have to wait around all day for a fill-up.

Note: For all of these charging stands and pads (except Samsung), you must use the wall adapter that came with your Note 7. Otherwise, you’ll be getting regular Qi charging and not Fast Charge.

  • Samsung Fast Charge Qi wireless charging stand
  • Seneo Fast Charge wireless stand
  • Pleson wireless charger
  • Nekteck Fast Charge wireless charger
  • Itian Qi charging stand

Great information on this phone’s charging ability. Read the rest here:

Stop by to put the New Note 7 in your hand in our store at Telus Fort Saskatchewan.


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Product launch: BlackBerry DTEK50

Blackberry DTEK50

Product launch: BlackBerry DTEK50

BlackBerry DTEK 50 is the successor to BlackBerry’s Z30 device, providing business customers
strong security, a best-in-class virtual keyboard, and familiar BlackBerry features, paired with the
power of Android.
Blackberry DTEK50
Blackberry DTEK50
Reasons to buy
Best-in-class security: BlackBerry DTEK 50’s hardware and software work together to
provide a higher level of security compared to the other off-the-shelf Android devices.
Your customers can communicate knowing their data is secure.
The Power of BlackBerry on Android: Your customers will enjoy access to over a million
apps from Google Play, while retaining the familiarity and productivity that they’ve come to
know and trust with BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Messenger, and other BlackBerry services.
Built for Business: Your customer can store all their critical documents and files, and view them with ease using
BlackBerry DTEK50’s 5.2” scratch resistant display and up to 2TB of expandable memory.
With its long-lasting battery supporting Quick Charge 2.0, device down-time is minimal, keeping your customer ready for business.
BlackBerry intelligent keyboard: This best-in-class virtual keyboard is back. It learns and provides word suggestions as you type,
making writing emails and messages a quick task.
Screen:5.2” FHD 1080 x 1920 (424 ppi)
Battery: 2610 mAh
Internal memory: 3GB
Expandable memory: up to 2TB
Camera: Front: 8MP front facing with selfie flash (1080p 30fps)
SIM card: Nano SIM
What’s in the box?
BlackBerry DTEK 50
USB sync and charging cable
AC charger Stereo headset

Warranty and repair
This device has a standard 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Both warranty and out-or-warranty repairs are fully supported by the manufacturer’s Warranty and Repair
Program. Refer to the Warranty and Repair Manual (Path:Support /Repair and Return / Warranty and Repair Manual).
This device is eligible for TELUS Device Care. Visit care for additional details.

Product Launch: Motorola Moto G Play

Motorola Moto G Play

Product Launch: Motorola Moto G Play

Moto G Play is designed to delight, and priced for all. By striking the perfect balance between
price, performance, and dependability, this trusted entry-level, Android-powered smartphone gives your customer all

the essentials.

Motorola Moto G Play
Motorola Moto G Play
Reasons to buy
Affordable performance: The 5” HD display and quad-core processor come at a budget-friendly
price, giving your customer a vibrant, fast, and reliable smartphone experience—it’s a good choice
for students.
All day power: Moto G Play’s 2800mAh battery gives customers the flexibility towatch videos, play
games, and talk throughout their day on a single charge.
Camera: An 8MP rear-facing camera featuring a fast f/2.2 aperture will help your customer capture
vivid memories in even more lighting conditions.

Screen: 5.0” 720p HD (1280×720) 294 ppi
Battery: 2800mAh
Internal memory: 16GB
Expandable memory: microSD up to 128GB
Front: 5 MP
Rear: 8 MP
SIMcard: MicroSIM
What’s in the box?
Motorola Moto G Play
Quick start guide
AC charger
SIM tray removal tool
Plum back-plate
Warranty and repair
This device has a standard 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Both warranty and out-or-
warranty repairs are fully supported by the manufacturer’s Warranty and RepairProgram.
Refer to the Warranty and Repair Manual(Path:Support /Repair and Return / Warranty and Repair Manual).
This device is eligible for TELUS Device Care. Visit for additional

Telus Fort Saskatchewan Hours to get all your questions answered.
Telus Authorized Dealer with Live Demo on Hand

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Release Just around the Corner

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Release Just around the Corner

Are you excited about the soon to be released Samsung Galaxy Note 7? I am. Check out what they are saying about it here. Neat new tech coming out says Patrick O’Rourke from Mobile Syrup:


Note 7’s iris scanner tech will eventually come to Samsung’s mid-range phones


One of the more exciting features included in Samsung’s recently revealed Note 7is its iris scanning technology, which allows users to log into their phone just by looking at it.

In an interview with SamMobile, D.J. Koh, president of Samsung’s Mobile division, said his company plans to bring the technology to its mid-range devices when the tech behind it becomes more affordable. He also went on to claim that part of why the Note 7 is priced so high is because of the included scanner.

While I didn’t get to go hands-on with the iris scanner during Samsung’s recent Unpacked event in New York, if the feature works as well as the company says it does, it could change the way we log into our phones.

Read the rest of the article here.

Mobile Syrup had more to say about the Note 7. Rose Behar explains more specs below:

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 runs the Snapdragon 820 in Canada rather than the Exynos 8890 chip



In a direct reversal from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung’s Note 7 phablet flagship is shippin in Canada with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset rather than the Exynos 8890 processor.

It was initially reported on MobileSyrup that the phone would use the Exynos 8890, based on the knowledge that past Canadian Samsung devices, like the devices in the rest of the company’s global markets, held chips from its own Exynos line, while U.S. customers alone received chips from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon brand.

This division made sense, as Snapdragon chips support the CDMA standard, which is still operational in the U.S. through several carriers, while in Canada the majority of mobile subscribers have been transferred over to the GSM standard.

However, perhaps in the interest of simplifying shipping to the North American market, Samsung Canada has let MobileSyrup know that the Note 7 will receive the same chip as our American counterparts.

Comparatively, the chips have similar specs, both coming at 64-bit and 14nm, though the Snapdragon 820 is quad-core while the Exynos 8890 is octa-core.

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Looks like the Note 7 starts out of the gate in record numbers. So says Rob Triggs over at Android Authority see what he had to say below:


Galaxy Note 7 breaks South Korean pre-order record

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Some were wondering whether or not the new SamsungGalaxy Note 7 does enough differently from the Note 5 to justify a purchase. Well, pre-order data from South Korea suggests that the phone is going to be a hit, in fact it’s looking to be Samsung’s biggest launch in quite a long time.

According to a local report, more than 200,000 Galaxy Note 7 handsets have been pre-ordered in South Korea in just two days. This number doubles the number of orders for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The news makes the Note 7 the most pre-ordered Galaxy phone in South Korea to date, a major win for Samsung in its home country. Furthermore, Strategy Analytics believes that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are already Android’s most popular phones, both having already sold 13 million and 12 million units respectively. A little bit of extrapolation based on these pre-order numbers paints a very promising picture for Galaxy Note 7 sales.

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All this does for me is increase the anticipation of getting this bad boy in the store for everybody to see, touch & experience. Looking forward to it. Watch here to see when I have it!