Alcatel OneTouch has just lifted the lid on an affordable series of smartphones called the “PIXI 3” series. Entry-level smartphones are a dime a dozen these days, so what makes this series so special? What edge do they have over everybody else? The smartphones are “compatible” with Mozilla’s Firefox OS, Microsoft’s Windows Phone, and Google’s […]
It looks like Alcatel OneTouch wants to slug it out in the smatwatch market, as the company has just lifted the lid on the OneTouch Watch. Press release: WATCH: ALCATEL ONETOUCH Unveils a Full Line of Premium-Design Smartwatches — Affordable and for All Uses Slim, premium smartwatches that offer different styles to suit everyone Packed […]
Google has just lifted the lid on three entry-level smartphones under its new Android One program. These are the Karbonn Sparkle V, Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498, and Micromax Canvas A1, meaning Karbonn, Spice, and Micromax are Google’s partners under the program. Now we know that there are more manufacturers who have signed up […]
Mozilla has just announced that its Firefox OS (operating system that runs the Alcatel Onetouch) will be expanding in Europe. Expansion in Europe Deutsche Telekom will be the first operator to sell the new ALCATEL ONETOUCH Fire E phones, available in Germany this week through congstar. In the coming months, Deutsche Telekom will also launch […]
Looking to give the hugely popular Motorola MOTO G a run for its money, EE have released the new 4G enabled Alcatel One Touch POP S3 smart phone which offers the same 5 mega pixel camera and the same speed quad-core 1.2GHz processor but at a cheaper price! Alcatel OT POP S3 – Cheapest 4G […]
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