For just about $130 off-contract, T-Mobile's Android 4.4 addition is one of the least expensive phones you can buy.
Low-performing specs erase all the benefit of this phone's tidy off-contract price.
These two sequels follow-up the no-contract carrier's original set from a lesser-known budget brand.
The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 is a "phablet" for the cost-conscious.
If you like your smartphone with a pen, this one packs a stylus for less.
This budget-minded smartphone comes in five colors and packs LTE.
Alcatel shows off several devices at Mobile World Congress 2014, from LTE Android handsets to a phone you can wear around your arm. CNET takes a closer look at them all.
Alcatel's latest budget Android phones range from 4-inch LTE to super-sized...with an included mini-phone accessory for making calls.
Alcatel's latest set of affordable Android phones range from the diminutive OneTouch Pop Star LTE to the 6-inch Pop Mega LTE, which comes with its very own button-equipped little Bluetooth handset. We try them on for size.
The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 comes with an array of accessory devices and covers that do a lot more than you'd expect. Was anyone expecting a DJ interface?