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Alcatel Pixi 3 smartphone runs three operating systems

Alcatel Pixi 3 smartphone runs three operating systems

Inside the newest Alcatel device to be revealed by the manufacturer this week, you'll find the ability to run Android, Firefox OS, and Windows Phone. You'll find four different variations of the device, each with its own display size: 3.5-inch, 4-inch, 4.5-inch, and 5-inch. The smallest of these devices works with 3G internet data connectivity, while the three larger models are made to run 4G LTE. These devices will probably be released outside of the USA at first - but cross your fingers for the future.

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Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet arrives at MetroPCS

Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet arrives at MetroPCS

MetroPCS users have gotten a new prepaid tablet option, with T-Mobile announcing that the budget-range Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 slate has arrived at its prepaid stores. This brings a prepaid option for those who want a tablet with a data plan sans contract, and is a direct jab at competing services, with T-Mobile's John Legere saying, "We are blazing trails again – this time with tablets for the prepaid market through MetroPCS. Want a tablet from Boost or Cricket? They've got nothing."

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Alcatel OneTouch Pop Fit demands to be considered a wearable

Alcatel OneTouch Pop Fit demands to be considered a wearable

Alcatel certainly knows what a proper wearable device is - the company's BOOMBand fitness tracker proves that - but it's also hoping you'll believe its justifications why strapping a small smartphone to your arm can be considered "wearable tech" too. Launched at MWC 2014 today, the Alcatel OneTouch Pop Fit is a 2.8-inch budget Android phone; where once that would just mean a play for the cheap end of the market, Alcatel is now trying to spin it as part of the fashionable wearable trend.

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Alcatel One Touch IDOL X+, POP C9 phone, POP 7 and 8 tablets unveiled

Alcatel One Touch IDOL X+, POP C9 phone, POP 7 and 8 tablets unveiled

This week the CES 2014 release waves continue with Alcatel One Touch's full collection of new machines, both tablets and smartphones included. Starting off the set is the Alcatel One Touch IDOL X+ and POP C9 smartphones, both of them bringing some smooth industrial design to their ever-growing handset lineup. The team is also bringing on a couple of high-powered tablets in the Alcatel One Touch POP 7 and POP 8 - have a peek!

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Alcatel OneTouch Idol X+ and BOOMBand wearable hands-on: Gunning for Moto G

Alcatel OneTouch Idol X+ and BOOMBand wearable hands-on: Gunning for Moto G

Alcatel has some big ambitions in the midrange, and it's counting on the OneTouch Idol X+ to bludgeon its way through the market. Revealed at CES 2014 - alongside a Bluetooth 4.0 wearable - the new OneTouch delivers specifications more akin to some company's flagships, like a 5-inch Full HD display, 13-megapixel camera, and "true octacore" processor courtesy of MediaTek, but with a price that Alcatel says will come in under the $350 mark unsubsidized. This isn't just frugality for its own sake, either.

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Alcatel One Touch Hero hands-on

Alcatel One Touch Hero hands-on

With the smartphone with what's undoubtedly the most home-baked accessories to be shown off at once here at IFA 2013, the Alcatel One Tough Hero is certainly a smartphone to behold. What we're witnessing here is a device that's interesting in and of itself with a 6-inch display running at Full HD - 1920 x 1080 - over an unnamed quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal memory OR 8GB of internal memory. This device may or may not be launching later this year with a variety of add-on bits and pieces as well.

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