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Is the Canadian smartphone market diverse enough?

From Samsung to Apple, manufacturers are expected to introduce a variety of smartphones in Canada in 2021. Indeed, Samsung is kicking off the year with the Galaxy S21 series and is expected to introduce two Z Flip 3 series and two Z Fold 3 series this year (although all four folding phones are unlikely to launch in Canada). Apple is likely to launch several iPhone 13 models as well. We will also see the Pixel 5a and Pixel 6 series throughout the year. Throughout the year, TCL, OnePlus (but online only), LG, and Motorola will launch phones as well, but that's pretty much the entire Canadian market. Personally, I'm a fan of the brands I mentioned above, and I'm honestly excited for one that LG is going to introduce next with its Exp...
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These are some of the coolest phones that are not officially available in Canada

In Canada, we can buy smartphones from carriers like Bell and Rogers and directly from manufacturers like Samsung and Apple. Some phone makers like Asus and TCL also sell their phones in Canada through retailers like Staples and Amazon. This gives us access to phones from various brands, including Samsung, Apple, Google, Huawei, LG, Nokia, Alcatel, TCL, Asus, OnePlus, and more. However, there are still a variety of phones that are not readily available in Canada. For example, Sony no longer sells its phones here, and Chinese brands like Oppo, Xiaomi, and Vivo have never officially sold their devices in North America. This story looks at the phones I'd like to see released here. It's worth noting that this list doesn't include all the notable smartphones that aren't available in Cana...