Alcatel is known for introducing nice, affordable Android phones in its OneTouch series. The company has unveiled a new lineup today, called the Pixi 4. The whole series of devices ranges from small phones to phablets and tablets. All the devices run Android.
The first one in the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 4 series is a 3.5-inch smartphone, followed by a 4-inch smartphone. The next in line is a 6-inch phablet, and finally there is a 7-inch tablet to complete the lineup. Other than the screen sizes, Alcatel did not reveal any other detail about these devices. But the company did term these phones (and tablet) as “premium entry-level devices” and said that all these devices will come with great battery life and camera.
Along with the Pixi 4 phones, tablet, and phablet, Alcatel will also announce a Windows tablet named Alcatel One Touch Pixi 3 Windows tablet. It will get an 8-inch display and will run on Windows 10 Mobile. The company will also introduce the CareTime Children’s Watch that gets EDGE (2G) connectivity and can receive calls and voice messages. The watch also gets a feature that lets parents know through GPS when their child is out of the safe zone i.e. his/her regular locations.
All the aforementioned devices will be displayed during the CES at Las Vegas from Wednesday. Every other detail will be revealed at the event. So stay tuned to MobiPicker.