Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Alcatel One Touch has just announced a series of mobile phones at Mobile World Congress, with the aim of making Android accessible and easy to use. The upcoming Alcatel OT-990 is the company’s flagship handset, and the leading member of its “Get Apps” range. The One Touch 990 handset has a 3.5 inch screen, runs on Android 2.2 OS, and has a 5-megapixel snapper onboard.
The fully-touchscreen device packs a 3.5 inch capacitive display pre-loaded with 20 apps, a 600MHz processor and Android 2.2, making it seem more of a “mass market” device. It also 5Megapixel camera with flash & auto focus, a VGA webcam, Bluetooth, GPS, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity, up to 32GB of storage and a 1300mAh battery. At launch, the Alcatel 990 will be available in a number of colours, including Purple and Red. Alcatel One Touch 990 smartphone is scheduled for release in May 2011 but sadly, its price has not yet announced.