AT&T Outs Simple Alcatel GoPhone
AT&T recently added the Alcatel OT510A to its roster of GoPhone devices. The OT510A is an entry-level bar style phone that has 3G, GPS, text and picture messaging, and Bluetooth, but lacks a camera and email. Pricing for the Alcatel OT510A has yet to be provided.
Hands On with the Alcatel A5
Here's a neat one. Alcatel showed off the A5 LED this week, an entry-level smartphone that packs some visual pow thanks to light-up LEDs that cover the back surface.
Review: Alcatel Fierce XL with Windows for T-Mobile
Alcatel ported Windows 10 to its Fierce XL handset and the result is a low-cost point of entry to Microsoft's ecosystem of productivity apps. The Fierce XL with Windows in a simple smartphone that impresses and bores at the same time.
Review: Alcatel Idol 4S - Unlocked
Alcatel's flagship Android handset strives to break through barriers with its high-end design and mid-range specs. The middle of the market is a tough space in which to play, and, rather than allowing the Idol 4S to stand on its own merits, Alcatel hopes a set of VR goggles, a case, and a pair of headphones will help sweeten the deal.
AT&T Bringing Affordable Alcatel OneTouch C1 to GoPhone
AT&T's GoPhone prepaid service today added the Alcatel OneTouch C1 to its roster of inexpensive smartphones. The C1 is an entry-level device with a 3.5-inch HVGA screen, 2-megapixel camera, dual-core 1.0GHz processor with 512MB of RAM, and 1,400mAh battery.
Whether you pay for the air time and get the phone for free or vice versa, that would seem like a very attractive deal to me. And as I've read before on some of these posts a security measure will make this straight-to-the-point handset a must for those that cannot record videos, images, nor sound bites.