Do not look down upon the affordable smartphone any longer. Alcatel OneTouch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, has unveiled the Idol 3, bringing some high-end specs to and some serious design to a pair of phones that shouldn't get anywhere close to breaking the bank.
The two phones in the Idol 3 line — a 4.7-incher with a 720p display and another at 5.5 inches and 1080p — bring...
Alcatel has announced today that it is launching its own e-commerce channel to sell unlocked phones and tablets directly to consumers, breaking away from its traditional model of selling via carriers. The new store expansion to the U.S. follows a launch in Europe in November of 2014, and an expansion to Canada will be coming at some point in Q1 2015.
Alcatel dumped quite the set of announcements at CES with new phones and tablets, and now we've had a chance to get our hands on the new Pixi 3 line. These super budget-minded phones come in four different sizes — 5, 4.5, 4 and 3.5-inches — with specs relevant to their sizes, and most interestingly come with the choice (at time of purchase) of Android, Windows Phone or Firefox OS.
2015 is all about affordable LTE devices for the low-cost manufactuer
Alcatel today announced new additions to its affordable Pop family in the form of the Pop 10 tablet and a trio of Pop 2 phones ranging from 4 to 5 inches.
This year is going to be all about LTE for the low-cost manufacturer, and the Pop 10 tablet brings it with Cat. 4 speeds. The tablet's powered by a quad-core MediaTex CPU...
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