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Alcatel Mobile Phones

Alcatel Onetouch
Products Telecommunications devices
Parent TCL Communication
Website www.AlcatelOneTouch.com
Alcatel One Touch M'Pop 5020D

Alcatel Mobile Phones are a brand of mobile handsets. It was established in 2004 as a joint venture between Alcatel-Lucent of France and TCL Communication of China.

TCL Mobile Limited (former name: T&A Mobile Phones Limited) is a member of TCL Communication listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE: 2618) which was established in August 2004 by TCL Communication and Alcatel.[1]

TCL Mobile Limited manages three business units: ALCATEL Mobile Phones, TCL Mobile Phones and Brand Design Lab. Alcatel-Lucent later sold its shares in TCL and is no longer related to the Alcatel Mobile Phones brand.[2]

Contents

  • Awards 1
  • Models 2
    • Smartphones 2.1
      • Only on Philippines 2.1.1
      • Only on Philippines and other Countries 2.1.2
      • Additional smartphones 2.1.3
    • Messaging 2.2
    • Touch 2.3
    • Tablet 2.4
    • Mobile broadband modems 2.5
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Awards

In 2012, Alcatel won an International Forum Design iF design award for its ONE TOUCH 818 and the ONE TOUCH 355 PLAY models.[3]

Models

Alcatel One Touch is the brand for mobile phones and mobile broadband modems worldwide manufactured by TCL Corporation and Alcatel Mobile Phones.

Smartphones[4]

The lineup currently consists of the following:

  • 300 (discontinued)
  • 501 (discontinued)
  • 803, a QWERTY feature phone (discontinued)
  • 808, a QWERTY phone aimed at the female audience. (discontinued)
  • 813, a touchscreen QWERTY phone. (discontinued)
  • 908s, a fully touchscreen Android smartphone previously available in Canada (Wind Mobile and Videotron), Russia, Georgia and Ukraine.
  • 916, Android 2.6-inch touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard phone with 3.2-megapixel camera. (discontinued)
  • 980, a discontinued Android smartphone resembling the Palm Pre, known as Alcatel Tribe by Wind Mobile in Canada
  • 990, a fully touchscreen phone with Android 2.2.2 Froyo, with 5.0-megapixel camera with autofocus. smartphone currently available from countries: US, Canada (Wind Mobile and Videotron), Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, France, Hungary, Serbia, and Spain. (discontinued)
  • 995 (alias TCL A998), an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone with Multi Touch and a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (MSM8255T). Supports HDMI out and DLNA, 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flashlight. Featuring SPB Shell 3D as default launcher.
  • 997 features a 4.3″ TFT-LCD display with 480×800 pixels, the MediaTek MT6577 1 GHz dual core CPU, 1 GB of RAM and Android 4.0. The 997D is a dual SIM version.
  • 986 (alias TCL S900) was announced in May 2012. It's said to feature a 4.5″ IPS display with 1280×720 pixels, the TI OMAP4460 dual core CPU and 1 GB of RAM.
  • M'Pop features Android 4.1, a 4.0-inch WVGA display, 1 GHz CPU, 512 MB RAM, dual sim
  • Star features Android 4.1, a 4.0-inch WVGA display, 1 GHz dual core CPU (MediaTek MT6577), 512 MB RAM, dual sim and a 5-megapixel camera.
  • Idol features Android 4.1, a 4.7-inch qHD IPS display, 1 GHz dual core CPU (MediaTek MT6577), 1 GB RAM, dual sim (4030D only) and an 8-megapixel camera.
  • Idol Ultra features Android 4.1, a 4.65-inch HD IPS display (720x1280 pixel), 1.2 GHz dual core CPU (MediaTek MT6577+), 1 GB RAM, dual sim and an 8-megapixel camera.
  • Scribe HD, a phablet featuring Android 4.1, a 5.0-inch HD IPS display (720x1280 pixel), 1.2 GHz quad core CPU (MediaTek MT6589), 1 GB RAM, dual sim and an 8-megapixel camera with video recording in 1080p30.
  • Idol X features Android 4.1, a 5-inch HD IPS display, 13-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera
  • One Touch Pop Icon features Android 4.4, a 5 inch display

Only on Philippines

  • Pop C3
  • Pop C5
  • Pop 7
  • Pop 7S
  • Pop 8
  • One Touch Evo 8HD
  • One Touch Inspire 2
  • Pop 7
  • Pop 8
  • One Touch Snap Lite
  • One Touch Evolve
  • One Touch Idol X
  • One Touch Tab 7
  • One Touch Scribe
  • ALCATEL View
  • One Touch Star
  • One Touch Idol
  • One Touch Glory 2
  • One Touch Pixi
  • One Touch Magic (A Special edition phone resembles the Pop C5 and C3 but smaller ones...)
  • One Touch Idol Mini
  • One Touch

Only on Philippines and other Countries

  • Pop C3
  • Pop C5
  • Pop 7
  • Pop 7S
  • Pop 8
  • One Touch Evo 8HD
  • One Touch Inspire 2
  • Pop 7
  • Pop 8
  • One Touch Snap Lite
  • One Touch Evolve
  • One Touch Idol X
  • One Touch Tab 7
  • One Touch Scribe
  • ALCATEL View
  • One Touch Star
  • One Touch Idol
  • One Touch Glory 2
  • One Touch Pixi
  • One Touch Magic (A Special edition phone resembles the Pop C5 and C3 but smaller ones...)
  • One Touch Idol Mini
  • One Touch

Additional smartphones

  • ONE TOUCH 995 (Alcatel) *
  • ONE TOUCH 997D (dual sim)
  • ONE TOUCH 980
  • ONE TOUCH 890D
  • ONE TOUCH 891 SOUL
  • ONE TOUCH 906
  • ONE TOUCH 908
  • ONE TOUCH 908F
  • ONE TOUCH 909
  • ONE TOUCH 910
  • ONE TOUCH 915
  • ONE TOUCH 4030D (IDOL)
  • ONE TOUCH POP ICON (5")
  • ONE TOUCH POP ICON MEGA (6")
  • ONE TOUCH 916D
  • ONE TOUCH 918
  • ONE TOUCH 918D
  • ONE TOUCH 985
  • ONE TOUCH 990
  • ONE TOUCH 990 CARBON
  • ONE TOUCH 990 CHROME
  • ONE TOUCH 995
  • ONE TOUCH MIX 918
  • ONE TOUCH 991
  • ONE TOUCH 997D ULTRA
  • ONE TOUCH GLORY 2T 4005D[5]
  • ONE TOUCH GLORY 2S PRO 4011X
  • ONE TOUCH PIXI 4007D (dual sim)
  • ONE TOUCH Flash 6042D
  • ONE TOUCH FIRE[6]

Messaging

  • ONE TOUCH 310
  • ONE TOUCH 358
  • ONE TOUCH 585
  • ONE TOUCH 585D
  • ONE TOUCH 585F
  • ONE TOUCH 595
  • ONE TOUCH 595D
  • ONE TOUCH 606
  • ONE TOUCH 799 CARBON
  • ONE TOUCH 799 CHROME
  • ONE TOUCH 799 PLAY
  • ONE TOUCH 803

Touch[7]

  • ONE TOUCH 602
  • ONE TOUCH 602D
  • ONE TOUCH 706 CHROME
  • ONE TOUCH 710 CHROME
  • ONE TOUCH 710 SWEET
  • ONE TOUCH 710D
  • ONE TOUCH 715
  • ONE TOUCH 818
  • ONE TOUCH 818D
  • ONE TOUCH 828
  • ONE TOUCH 905
  • ONE TOUCH 905 CHROME
  • ONE TOUCH 907D
  • ONE TOUCH 907N
  • ONE TOUCH PIXI
  • ONE TOUCH pop c-series

Tablet

  • Alcatel One Touch T60, Alcatel One Touch's first tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo.
  • Alcatel One Touch T20, a tablet with 1 GHz processor, 0.3-megapixel front camera, running android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
  • Alcatel One Touch T10, same with T20, but just a little different in size of the tablet and placement of the front camera, and without Bluetooth connectivity.
  • ONE TOUCH T20
  • ONE TOUCH T60
  • EVO 7

Mobile broadband modems

  • X500U, a USB modem
  • Y580, a device similar to the MiFi

See also

References

  1. ^ "http://www.tclcom.com/?page=company_profile". 
  2. ^ "http://english.caijing.com.cn/2005-05-30/100043203.html". 
  3. ^ ""ALCATEL ONE TOUCH Wins 2 iF Design Awards"". Retrieved 1 December 2014. 
  4. ^ "Alcatel Smartphones". Retrieved 1 December 2014. 
  5. ^ "Buy Alcatel Glory 2T OT4005D Online at Best Prices In India - Flipkart.com". Flipkart.com. Retrieved 1 December 2014. 
  6. ^ "ALCATEL ONETOUCH - Products - Smart phones - FIRE". Retrieved 1 December 2014. 
  7. ^ "ALCATEL ONETOUCH - France". Retrieved 1 December 2014. 

External links

  • Alcatel One Touch site
  • Alcatel One Touch Fire
  • TCL Communication Technology Holdings Limited (TCL Communication) site
  • Alcatel mobile blog in french


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