The Alcatel One Touch EVO 8 HD has been announced. It’s a mid-range tablet with some unique features, including a Chromecast-like device for streaming.
Looking for a cheap, unlocked smartphone around the $300 mark? Alcatel is hoping you will consider its One Touch Idol, which is now arriving to the U.S. market.
When exactly is Firefox OS going to countries like the US and certain places in Europe? Kovacs said that it won’t happen until some time in 2014.
Acatel is looking to expand its brand recognition and promote the One Touch Idol through a new deal that makes the company the exclusive mobile partner for Iron Man 3.
We’ve seen the Alcatel One Touch Idol X and even an Alcatel Firefox OS-based handset at MWC, but the company isn’t done yet. Alcatel has now unveiled two more handsets, the One Touch Snap and One Touch Snap LTE.
Alcatel, known as TCL in China, has just announced a clone of HTC’s Butterfly. The same 1080p screen is there, but the rest of the phone is kind of ugly.
Alcatel was by far the busiest bee of last month’s CES, but apparently the French OEM is not yet done with product unveilings. It’s therefore time to meet the “Star” of the new One Touch family.
There’s nothing more refreshing than seeing a new face stealing the spotlight from the usual suspects at one of the world’s biggest tech-related trade shows.
Alcatel has made enough of an impression at CES already to be called one of the stars of this year’s trade show, but that can’t stop the surprisingly active French company from revealing yet another enticing Android product.
Let’s recap the highlights of the crazy first day of CES 2013 in an attempt to distinguish the signal from the noise. We’ll include in this roundup Nvidia’s event on Sunday evening, which could turn out to be the biggest news for Android enthusiasts at CES 2013.