The Alcatel Idol 5s is an otherwise great budget phone, but the battery is its Achilles’ heel.
Two camera lenses on the front means you'll be able to artfully blur selfies, too.
You'll be able to pick up this wallet-friendly Android phone from Alcatel in metallic silver with a textured back.
Make the otherwise unremarkable Alcatel new A5 sparkly with a LED-covered case that can sync with your voice.
And both want to topple the reigning Moto G4 champ.
With a premium build, good camera and free accessories in the box, Alcatel's Idol 4S is a solid midrange buy.
A fingerprint sensor, apps for selfies and a slim design are the highlights of Alcatel's new Shine Lite.
Who says a big phone has to cost the moon?
The large, entry-level device is missing some of the more powerful Lumia 950's hardware and software heft, but it does have more personality.
The new handsets run the range from a tiny, entry-level 3.5-inch phone to a 6-inch Android 6.0 whopper.
A rare smaller-screen Android handset that's worth its price, Alcatel's 4.7-inch Idol 3 is a solid buy for those seeking a low-cost, sub-5-inch phone.
Don't rely on the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3C's features to stand out, use the replaceable back covers instead.
Alcatel's promising a pixie-sized price tag for its newest mobile: the 4-inch Pixi First, which packs a 5-megapixel rear camera and touts lengthy battery life.
At IFA 2015, Alcatel announced two mid-range handsets, the OneTouch Pop Star and Pop Up, which feature vibrant color options.
This colourful smartphone can survive a fall of up to 1.5 metres, Alcatel says. Here's what you need to know.
Resistant to water and dust, the $130 Conquer marches into Boost, alongside the $100 OneTouch Elevate, an Android starter phone.
The petite, entry-level phone features a 4.5-inch screen and goes on sale today.
Delivering midrange features at an entry-level price, the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 is the company's best smartphone to date -- and a great deal for the money.