Alcatel unveiled the One Touch Evo 7, along with the Evo 7 HD during CES and it looks like the former has made an appearance with the FCC. This filing does give the appearance that a release date is coming, however so far -- Alcatel has yet to offer anything specific. That being said, we had been told the specs for the One Touch Evo 7 during the CES unveiling and this filing does not offer any surprises.
Simply put, we are still looking at a tablet with a 7-inch (1024 x 600) display, single-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot and a VGA quality front-facing camera. The tablet will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and an option to add on HSPA +21 connectivity.
Similar to the lack of a specific release date, Alcatel has yet to offer anything in terms of pricing. Just to give a rough idea though, the higher-spec'd One Touch Evo 7 HD is expected to arrive priced at $179. Simply put, we are likely looking at something under $150 when it comes to the Evo 7. Additionally, the Evo 7 HD is expected to arrive for sale beginning in May.
Those itching to get their hands on a 7-inch Ice Cream Sandwich tablet who happen to feel like they cannot wait any longer -- maybe a browse through the FCC filing will do something to help ease that itch. The filing is full of information including everything from exterior and interior photos, to test setup photos, label information, the letters and even the complete user manual