[GUIDE] How to Unlock Rogers Sony Xperia SP ?

The Xperia SP is the update to last year’s Xperia S, and sees the return of the transparent antenna left out of recent models.

Other notable changes include a larger display, support for LTE 4G, a bigger battery, and a newer and more powerful chipset.

Sony has swapped the 1.5GHz dual-core S3 processor of the Xperia S for Qualcomm’s S4, clocked at 1.7GHz. The camera uses a newer Exmor RS sensor for better low-light performance, but drops from 12 megapixels to eight megapixels in the process.
Wi-fi now gets 5GHz support, and the phone ships with Android Jelly Bean (V4.1) onboard. Sony promises an update to 4.2, or perhaps even 4.3, in the coming months.

The transparent bar, which does have a purpose by serving as the antenna (as well as being a talking point), now has three multi-coloured LEDs. These change colour for notifications, charge status, and viewing images, and they animate when you play music through the Walkman app.

The good news is that the lighting options can be controlled, or even turned off completely.

Unlock  Rogers Sony Xperia SP LTE phone 
to use any where in the world with any supported service provider like


AT&T, Straight talk, T-mobile, Vodafone, Movistar, Claro, O2, Digicel, Telcel,
Orange, Telenor, Optus, Tele2, MTN
Rogers, Fido, Chatr, Bell, Virgin, Sasktel, MTS,
PC telecom, Tbaytel, Telus, koodo, wind, Mobilicity, Eastlink, Videotron




You can request the code by submitting your imei

Your phone will also keep working with your current lock to service provider.
Take Your Rogers 
Sony Xperia SP LTE with you on vacations and use the local service provider sim card in your phone and save roaming fees.


Rogers Sony Xperia SP LTE Unlocking Instructions

1: Turn on phone with Not Accepted SIM card.
2: A menu will pop up to Insert the code.
3: Insert the provided code and press OK
4: Device is now unlocked.

Your phone will be permanently Unlocked,it will not erase your contacts or any data from your phone.

Reasons to remote unlock your  Sony Xperia SP LTE

* If you are travelling, buy a local SIM card and save on roaming fees
* The resell value of 
Sony Xperia SP LTE will increase significantly as it is available to more carriers.
* Easily switch between SIM card, using the same phone.
* Unlock your phone from the comfort of your own home
* You never send your phone to anybody.
* There is absolutely no risk of damaging your 
Sony Xperia SP LTE by unlocking it.
* Very easy, no technical experience necessary.
* The phone is permanently unlocked, even after updates
* Warranty will not be voided by this Code

Nokia Lumia 925 arrived in Uk

Nokia Lumia 925

The Nokia Lumia 925 is now available in the U.K. a couple of days after being released in Germany. The device can be yours for free with a variety of plans starting at £30 ($47 USD) on Three, at £34 ($53 USD) on Vodafone, and at £37 ($58 USD) on other networks like O2, EE, Orange, and T-Mobile. If you want an unlocked SIM free 16GB Nokia Lumia 925, you will have to pay £499 ($783 USD).

Some U.K. retailers which have been taking pre-orders, like Clove, will start shipping the Nokia Lumia 925 for £480 ($752 USD) starting Thursday. As with the recently launched Nokia Lumia 928, the Lumia 925 offers great low-light photography which is rapidly becoming a  trademark for the high-end Lumia models. The Nokia Lumia 925 also features the new “Glance Screen” which is always-on and shows the time, notifications and is also the lock screen. No longer do you have to wake your phone to get the time, which should save battery life. The screen will be offered to other Nokia Lumia models with the Amber update next month.



BlackBerry Q10 Arrived at Videotron / BlackBerry Q10 Llegados a Videotron

Blackberry Q10


Fresh off the news of a pretty solid plan – $60GB/month data and unlimited calling and texts – is the release of the BlackBerry Q10 by Videotron. While the QWERTY/Touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone was originally launched back in the first week of May, Videotron has come to market and priced this at $179.99 on a “Reduced price” and set the no-term tag at $629.95.

A refresher of specs, the Q10 has a full QWERTY keyboard, 3.1-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 x 720, 1.5Ghz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, 8MP camera and a 2MP front-facing camera, sans LTE but has ’4G connectivity.’


[Review]BlackBerry Q10 – BlackBerry 10 OS

Blackberry Q10

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BlackBerry Q10 – BlackBerry 10 OS

So far so relatively ordinary. What really sets the X10 apart from previous BlackBerrys though is the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. This centres around a number of key new features, many of which emphasise a focus on multitasking.

The main homescreen is split up into three sections with the BlackBerry Hub on the left, multitasking page in the centre and pages of apps off to the right. BlackBerry Hub is the central repository for all messages, updates and emails, just like the messages app of existing BlackBerrys – it’s a useful one-stop shop for all your phone’s goings on. As for the multi-tasking page, this is the central focus of the phone as whenever you swipe upwards to close an app it’s here that you land. It shows four large thumbnails to your apps that unlike iOS also show the contents of each app. Swipe upwards and you can scroll through the full list of running apps. And as mentioned, swiping to the left will bring up the pages of apps which simply expand to the right as you install more apps.

This multifaceted homepage style is a bit difficult to get your head around at first as it isn’t as simple as the pages of apps on iOS or the customisable homescreens and app menu of Android and Windows Phone 8. But, with time it’s something that may become very useful, which is something we’ll report on in our full review.
Another key feature, which we’ve already touched upon are the gestures. There are no buttons on this phone (aside from the keyboard) so it relies heavily on using gestures to move between screens, close apps and generally get stuff done. Again, it takes a little bit of getting used to but there’s a decent tutorial when you first start the phone up that guides you through the essentials.

There’s plenty more to the OS that sets it apart from the rest, which we’ll touch on more in our upcoming review. Our first impressions, though are that we can see quite a few users finding it all too fussy. Also, there aren’t enough visual cues as to how to move about the interface, plus we’re not fans of the rather cumbersome animation that accompanies the opening of apps – it slides across from the app pages to the multi-tasking page and only then opens the app. Still, as we say, it’s early days yet.



[Review] Blackberry Q10 Bell /Virgin Canada

Blackberry Q10

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BlackBerry Q10 – Design and Features

BlackBerry hasn’t taken too many risks with the design of the BlackBerry Q10. This is a keyboard-equipped BlackBerry designed to appeal to long term users that remain fans of the form factor. This not only applies to the overall form but the styling too. The back features a ‘woven glass’ pattern, which essentially looks likle carbon fibre but isn’t. But otherwise it’s all staid black and silver with none of the colourful pizzazz of Nokia’s recent Windows Phone 8 handsets such as the Nokia Lumia 920 for instance.

But, in many ways this is exactly what many users will want and certainly in the flesh it looks and feels classy, and build quality is also impressive. The combination of soft touch black plastics, chrome trim and glass screen puts the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3 to shame.


Perhaps most importantly the keyboard feels excellent with each key carefully sculpted for maximum purchase and offering a nice crisp feedback when pressed. Tapping out a few sentences the keys felt larger than any previous BlackBerry we can recall and the action is even lighter, but the end result is that we could type at a pretty decent pace.

Above the signature keyboard is the touchscreen, which at 3.1in is the largest BlackBerry has yet added to one of its phones with a physical keyboard. It’s also, square. Although no better than previous models for widescreen video or gaming, the taller screen allows the user to see more of emails of websites. With a resolution of 720 x 720 pixels, the high quality LCD display is nice and sharp with rich colours, though the overall resolution is still a little low compared to fully touchscreen models such as RIM’s own BlackBerry Z10.




Ten key features of BlackBerry Z10 and Q10

The new crop of BlackBerry smartphones has finally arrived after a lengthy delay that allowed other mobile devices and operating systems made by Apple, Google andSamsung to build commanding leads in a market that is redefining society and technology.

Research in Motion, now re-named to BlackBerry unveiled its long-awaited line-up of revamped smartphones and software at simultaneous events held in New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Dubai, Johannesburg, Jakarta and Delhi. Underscoring the stakes riding on the products, RIM announced that it is changing the company’s name to BlackBerry.

Blackberry Z10 network unlock bannerr [GUIDE] Videotron Z10 Conseils, astuces et raccourcis

Videotron / Wind Canada Blackberry Z10 Instructions Déverrouillage

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Here are some key features of BlackBerry Z10 and Q10:

1) The Z10 which has a 4.2-inch screen(1,280 x 768 display), will be sold at an unsubsidized price of $599, but can be obtained through some carriers for $149 with a three-year contract. Pricing for the Q10, the keyboard-equipped sibling, was not made available.

2) At 130 millimeters (5.1 inches) in length and weighing 137 grams (4.8 ounces), Z10 is slightly longer and heavier than the iPhone 5. On the other hand, BlackBerry Q10 has a squarish screen measuring 3.1 inches (7.8 centimeters) diagonally.

3) The smartphones are being offered with a 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 dual-core CPU with 2GB of RAM.

4) The BlackBerry smartphones have 16 gigabytes of storage, plus a memory-card slot for expansion. However, the phones don’t support cards larger than 32GB.

5) On the back is a 8-megapixel camera which is capable of taking videos of 1080p. The camera is located on the top-left corner of the back and paired with a LED flash. The front has a 2-megapixel camera which is capable of recording videos of 720p.

6) It has Multilanguage support, and users can flick words with one thumb. Also improved are the picture editor, and a multitude of other features that positions the device both as a consumer device and an enterprise device simultaneously.

7) The glass is designed exclusively for Z10, it is supposedly thinner but stronger than plastic.

8) The device aggregates information intuitively; it recognises and pulls up all the connections into the contacts, like the last email, last meeting, last Twitter post.

9) The battery life is estimated at 10 hours talking time and 13 days on standby. Another feature is a mini-HDMI port to allow connections to a television or projector.

10) Apps like Facebook have been completely integrated with the BlackBerry 10 hub. All emails and notifications from such applications as Twitter and Facebook go to the BlackBerry Hub, a nerve center accessible with a finger swipe even if you have another application open. One can peek into it and open an email, or return to the previous application without opening the email. The company said that more than 70,000 apps are available for users in the BlackBerry World.

Source : http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-01-31/news/36659132_1_blackberry-world-enterprise-device-blackberry-hub

[Review] Sony Xperia sp

Sony has been hard at work pushing its high-end Xperia Z, but that’s not stopped it quietly crafting a superb-looking and hard-working handset.

  • Sony Xperia SP

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The Xperia SP might lack some of the specs of its larger brother, but there’s no doubt that it’s got enough going for it to make it a real consideration for the smartphone buyer that’s not going to shell out a fortune each month.

When you consider you’re getting a phone with a 4.6-inch screen that’s as high-res as the Samsung Galaxy S3, a new version of Android, a 1.7GHz dual core processor and 4G connectivity, it’s a pretty startling combination.

And while it might not have the dust-proof unibody of the Xperia Z, the SP does have that most rare of commodities in a removable battery cover, under which lurks the 2,370mAh battery (weirdly) and also a cheeky surprise in the shape of a microSD slot.

The battery itself though is fused into the handset, so you won’t be able to swap a flat one out for a fully charged pack, but at least the microSIM and SD ports are easily accessible.

The quickly-becoming-iconic Sony power button is on offer on the right-hand side of the phone, and is placed perfectly for the thumb or index finger to rest on when holding the phone. It’s also joined by a dedicated camera shutter button – ticking off another big plus for the design of the Sony Xperia SP.

That 4.6-inch screen looks as sharp as you’d expect from a phone rocking Sony’s display technology


[Review] Sony Xperia L

The Sony Xperia L is the latest smartphone to slide in at the bottom end of the Japanese firm’s range, launching alongside the mid-range Xperia SP to complete a trio of handsets headlined by the Sony Xperia Z.

  • Sony Xperia L

Sony Xperia L Instructions Déverrouillage

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It’s the natural replacement for the Xperia J, which launched at IFA 2012 alongside 007’s Sony Xperia T – handsets which bear a strong resemblance to the Xperia L in terms of design.

When we said it borrows design cues from the J and T we weren’t kidding, as it’s difficult to tell the trio apart.

A noticeably plastic finish greets you when you pick up the handset, but it feels sturdy and there was little flex in the body – meaning the Xperia L doesn’t feel too cheap.

The curved, soft touch plastic rear does mean the Xperia L sits comfortably in the hand and offers a good level of grip.

It’s a well balanced device and although it may look chunky at the ends, it’s positively slender in the middle measuring in at 130.6 x 67.1 x 9.98mm.

Something which the Sony Xperia L has borrowed from its high powered brother is the distinctive power/lock key located half way down the right hand side of the handset.

Also on the right side is a volume rocker switch and a dedicated camera key, all of which are easy to hit one-handed.

Up top there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack while on the left is a microUSB port.

[Review] Virgin Canada Sony Xperia J

The Sony Xperia J is the smaller and cheaper brother to James Bond’s Xperia T, but don’t expect to find this handset mingling with scantily clad women – the Xperia J is far more reserved, less flamboyant, happier to stay out of the limelight and just get on with life without frenzied car chases through the French Riviera.

Looks wise the Sony Xperia J is very similar to the Xperia T, with both handsets taking design cues from the popular Sony Ericsson Xperia Arcand Xperia Arc S.

  • Sony Xperia J ST26i/ST26a

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The iconic arched back of the Xperia J is the strongest nod to the past Sony Ericsson handsets, and provides a unique design which we found pleasing to the eye.

This also means that the Sony Xperia J sits nicely in the palm, and at 124g we reckon it’s pretty spot on in terms of weight, with a perfect balance in the hand and its slender 124.3 x 61.2 x 9.2 mm chassis is certainly not overbearing.

t’s a sturdy handset, with a good build quality, and while the rear plastic case is a little on the thin side, it’s easy enough to remove, unlike the one found on the Nokia Lumia 820.

On the front you’re greeted by a 4-inch display which is relatively bright, but at 480×854 isn’t too sharp, especially when you consider the San Diego has a 600×1024 offering.

That’s not to say it’s a poor screen and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwichlooks perfectly acceptable, with a single-core 1GHz processor and 512MB running the show. Add to that the fact that Android 4.1 is set to land on the device any day now, and you can see it’s a decent option for at least short-term future proofing.

Below the display is a bezel housing back, home and menu keys, with Sony not opting for on-screen controls, nor replacing the menu button with the multi-tasking function Google recommends.

There’s also a front facing, VGA camera above the display while on the left there’s a microUSB port for charging and connecting the Xperia J to a computer.

It’s not a location we’re fond of, as a charging port at the base of a handset makes it much easier to use when plugged in.


Soruce : http://www.techradar.com/reviews/phones/mobile-phones/sony-xperia-j-1093684/review

[Review] Bell Canada Sony Xperia ZL

Sony’s Xperia ZL is the companion phone to the Z, and though it’s not as splashy as its bigger sibling, it shares many of the excellent features. It’s basically a smaller version, without the waterproofing. Other than that, there’s a lot to smile about.

The ZL has a similar exterior to its fancier cohort, but it’s thicker and smaller. That doesn’t mean it’s squat — it still measures a sleek 5.2-by-2.7-by-0.3 inches. Instead of premium glass back panel, the ZL is housed with a plastic back, so it’s definitely less elegant, though plastic is actually easier to grip than glass.

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There’s one noticeable design flaw: the microSD port is kind of flimsy. It’s nice of Sony to include a slot for extra storage, but the flap covering the microSD and micro-SIM ports doesn’t sit evenly with the rest of the panel. So it feels like it could break off at any second. Unlike the rugged Z, which can take a dunk in the pool, the ZL won’t be able to take a garden-variety tumble on the ground. Be careful.

Still, there’s a lot to like about the ZL: it features a beautiful 5-inch screen, powered by what Sony calls “Reality Display” technology. That’s just fancy marketing-speak for vibrant colors, and it’s one of the finest displays on the market. Though the ZL is a lesser phone than the Z, it’s graced with some of the same outstanding features — and the touch screen is one thing in common. The ZL boasts a dazzlingly clear and detailed resolution, beating out even the iPhone in clarity. Like the Z, though, poor viewing angles stymie the ZL’s lovely screen: if you tilt it, the colors wash out. But if you’re looking dead-on, it’s an unbeatable


The 13-megeapixel camera is nothing short of amazing. It’s the same unparalleled hardware found on the Z: in addition to an in-house sensor, the shooter boasts the ability to take HDR videos as well as still images, a unique boon will capture your interest if you like shooting home movies. The editing software isn’t anything to write about, but you won’t have much of a need to tinker with the photos after you take them, since the UI automatically makes adjustments to maximize the shot for you. That means it’s the perfect phone for any fledgling photographer.

The ZL also runs on a lightly-skinned Android 4.1, and though it’s not the most recent version of Jelly Bean, the lack of serious customizations and bloatware means you’ll get updates quicker than most. And thanks to a beefy 1.5-gigahertz quad-core chip, the apps and games will load lickity-split as well.

Overall, the Xperia ZL is a high-quality phone that only lags behind the Z in a few areas. It’s a worthy contender to rival high-end devices, and if you’re considering the Galaxy S3 or iPhone 5, take a look at what Sony has to offer.

Source :http://www.mobiledia.com/phones/sony/xperia-zl.html