Alcatel Introduces Four Affordable Pixi and Pop Phones For Low-end Users And Social Media Connectivity

By Cores Grace Malaay , Updated Oct 22, 2016 01:54 PM EDT

Almost everyone is on social media nowadays. Thus, having a phone that can access different social media platforms with ease is important. Not all social media users can afford pricey smartphones. Sometimes, they only need one that is capable of posting their selfies, or whatever stuff they want to show off their friends and family.

Alcatel is trying to reach out to millions of social media users that having a smartphone need not to be expensive. Introducing their four new smartphones: the Pixi 4 (5), the Pixi 4 (6), the Pop 4 Plus, and the Pop 4S; users don't have to spend too much money.

According to Digital Trends, Alcatel's new smartphones are sporting five to six inches high-definition display, a quad-core processor, one to two GB of RAM (Random Access Memory), dual SIM slots, 8-megapixel rear camera, 16GB - 64GB internal storage, with microSD slot and 2,000mAh to 2,960mAh battery.

Among all four new smartphones, the Pop 4S is the most powerful with an octa-core processor, 8-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front shooter. These phones will be available later this year on Best Buy, Amazon and other retailers.

The very first Alcatel phone was released in 1998 with up to 140 hours battery standby life was the OT Easy HF. It was of great model with little to no dysfunctions, catches cellular signal easily, user-friendly which made all users a happy camper.

Alcatel smartphones are aimed toward budget-conscious users and cost below $170 - $180. They can be bought unocked with a two-year standard warranty.

Formerly Alcatel ONETOUCH, Alcatel is a mobile handset brand licensed under Chinese electronics company TCL Corporation. It's a venture established in 2004, and won an iF Design award (International Forum Design) in 2012 for its One Touch 818 and the Onetouch 355 Play models.

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