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Two Alcatel ONETOUCH devices now available on Boost Mobile

The great thing about living in this digital age is that you will never run out of choices, whether you’re talking about devices, apps, carriers, etc. Whatever fits your needs or wants, there is always a smartphone out there for you. If you don’t feel like going for the more well-known brands for some reason or another, you have a lot to fall back on. One of them is Alcatel, and it’s bringing you two of their new ONETOUCH devices to prepaid carrier Boost Mobile.

Alcatel, Cyanogen’s Hero 2+ project gets scrapped in favor of future product

Device manufacturer Alcatel made the news at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona back in March that it was teaming up with software developer Cyanogen for the Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+ phablet. It was supposed to be a next gen phablet with Cyanogen software running the show. We’ve just received news that both Alcatel and Cyanogen have announced the termination of this project in favor of a future product.

T-Mobile outs new Alcatel Onetouch POP Astro

Alcatel has just released a new addition to its Onetouch line: the POP Astro. Alcatel has teamed up with T-Mobile to bring the latest affordable LTE smartphone in the US, joining the numerous Alcatel devices available from the mobile carrier. The Alcatel Onetouch POP Astro is ready for purchase without any downpayment but with a $6.24 monthly fee on a two-year contract. Retail price is $149.76 which makes this unit very budget-friendly but still with good quality.

Alcatel Onetouch IDOL 3 ready for pre-order this April 21

Alcatel impressed us at the Mobile World Congress last month with the Onetouch Idol 3 smartphone. This reversible ‘party’ device will soon be available for pre-order exclusive online and unlocked for anyone who wants the unit. With a price tag of $249.99, this surely is one affordable Android smartphone. No wonder Alcatel describes this as an "award-winning" flagship phone.

T-Mobile announces one sweet tablet offer

The countdown begins for February 14. Oh wait, for those who don't care about the special day, it's Valentine's Day. This weekend will be full of hearts, mush, red, flowers, and chocolates. I know some geeks will cringe at the thought of romance but there are many people who look forward to this day not to celebrate but to check out the numerous promos you can find everywhere. In the mobile industry, manufacturers and mobile carriers are expected to announce special promos. Before January ended, Motorola started to show some Motolove with big discounts for Valentine's Day.

Alcatel OneTouch to sell unlocked devices through new e-commerce site

For the first time in North America, Alcatel OneTouch is opening an e-commerce channel where users will be able to purchase unlocked smartphones, tablets and accessories from the OEM. They previously launched a similar online channel in Europe last November 2014 and now it's the turn of US residents (and later on, Canada) to be able to buy their preferred device at a more affordable price and not tied down with any carrier (if that is something they would prefer).

Alcatel OneTouch announces affordable Watch series

Are you looking forward to exploring what smartwatches are capable of doing for your digital life but get turned off by the price tags attached to these wearables? Alcatel OneTouch believes that there are a lot of you out there and want to create a new market segment: "the affordable smartwatch". Simply called Watch, the new device series from the Chinese OEM will deliver the basic functions of a smartwatch, but at a much lower price than its competitors.

Alcatel PIXI 3 phones come with Android, Windows, or Firefox

Alcatel OneTouch, the smartphone brand for Hong Kong-based TCL Communications, has announced at CES 2015 their newest innovative offering, the Pixi 3 series. Aside from being colorful and affordable for the masses, this new smartphone line offers something other brands haven't brought (yet): a device that is platform-agnostic and can run on Android, Firefox OS and Windows. It will also be able to give users 4G LTE Connectivity (well, at least 3 out of 4).

Alcatel rumored to be resurrecting Palm for new markets

Do you still remember your very first personal digital assistant, back when cellphones were still in its analog phase? Chances are, if you grew up in the late 90s, early 2000s, you probably had a Palm Pilot to help you digitally make sense of your life. Of course eventually, Palm died a quiet death, with HP (which acquired the company in 2010) dealing the final blow in the US market. But now speculation is ripe that Palm will be resurrected by Alcatel OneTouch, based on patent documents and website trails.
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