The company teased three Alcatel models in the CES event namely Alcatel 1x, 3v and 5.
TCL, which is selling phones under Alcatel brand recently teased a range of smartphones at the Consumer Electronic Show 2018 in Las Vegas with 18:9 full view displays. The new Alcatel series consists of Alcatel 5 Series, Alcatel 3 and Alcatel 1 series. Now as per popular leakster Roland Quandt, the three smartphones from these series will be officially announced next week.
The tipster has revealed this bit of information on his official twitter handle. His tweet says "First bits of Alcatel's new phone lineup are being announced next week. Like offially official, not just teased like at CES."
First bits of Alcatel's new phone lineup are being announced next week. Like offially official, not just teased like at CES.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 13, 2018
The company teased three Alcatel models in the CES event namely Alcatel 1x, 3v and 5. Reports say that the Alcatel 1 series will be budget phones which will be priced under $100, the 3 series will be sold under $200 while the 5 series will be priced under $300.
The Alcatel 5 series is designed to deliver the best possible features consumers want at a cost that’s much lower than comparable flagships. This will include offering features like face unlock, 18:9 full view displays and more. With the Alcatel 5 series, users will enjoy fantastic imaging, a cinema-style viewing experience and large battery for a full day’s use.
The Alcatel 3 Series provides users with an optimal blend of the latest trendy features bringing dual cameras, beautiful design and 18:9 full view displays to more consumers without breaking the bank. This series will feature a variety of devices and will include products with large-screen, high-resolution displays.
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The Alcatel 1 Series, the company claimed, brings an amazing smartphone experience to everybody at the most affordable price point. "It offers universal access to unibody hardware with stylish design and premium materials, as well as higher-end features like 18:9 full view displays and face unlocking."
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