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Alcatel OneTouch debuts smartphones in Singapore

Zafirah Salim | Dec. 15, 2014
Two of its most popular products – the POP S and POP D range – recently made its debut at the local IT show, Sitex 2014, which was held from November 27 to 30.


Alcatel OneTouch's POP S3 range

Alcatel OneTouch, a subsidiary of TCL Communication, has finally made its foray into the Singapore smartphone market.

Two of its most popular products - the POP S and POP D range - recently made its debut at the local IT show, Sitex 2014, which was held from November 27 to 30.

According to the mobile phone manufacturer, Alcatel OneTouch smartphones reaches out to users in Singapore looking for affordable smartphones that encompasses the whole smartphone experience with applications, speed and user-friendliness.

The POP S range - which comprises of POP S3, POP S7 and POP S9 - are designed to be smart, fun, colourful and budget-friendly. These smartphones support 4G LTE, providing fast Internet browsing and simple user experience for first-time smartphone users.

With screen sizes ranging from 4" (POP S3) to 5" (POP S7) to 5.9" (POP S9), this set of trio packs user-focused features that are ideal for streaming over LTE, One Finger Zoom that makes navigating easy while browsing, and great battery performance that keeps the experience going. Users can also share any content from their smartphones via Miracast Wi-Fi Display.

On the other hand, the POP D3 is designed to be more pocket-friendly and compact, featuring a 4" display and dual core 1.3 GHz processor. It is equipped with a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash and a VGA front camera. Running on Android 4.4 KitKat, the device delivers optimised memory, touchscreen functionality and boosted voice call quality. It is also redesigned with Quickoffice apps, new email interface and emotion keyboard.

Besides POP S and POP D, Alcatel OneTouch also offers other ranges that are currently retailing at Singtel and M1 outlets in Singapore.

 

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