Nothing says 'overachiever' quite like this Android smartphone's octa-core CPU. We check out the phone here at CES.
You've seen this gold shade before, but not on an Android phone. Now, Alcatel shows off its own 24-karat hue.
Even if you're on a tight budget, you should skip Alcatel's One Touch Fierce in favor of a better prepaid phone.
At $99, the Alcatel One Touch Evolve is an affordable Android phone, but its dismal performance makes it not even worth that price.
IFA 2013 brings with it four more designs to expand Alcatel's series of Android starter phones. We'll help you tell them apart.
Alcatel's Android lineup gets a boost with models that include a 6-inch phablet with stylus.
With low-end specs and no 4G speeds, Alcatel's One Touch Idol can't compete with the LG Nexus 4.
While the Alcatel Authority can serve as a first foray into Android, there are better basic smartphone deals to be found on Cricket.
The new One Touch Snap brings Android Jelly Bean yet middle-of-the-road components.
We go hands-on with Alcatel's inexpensive Android smartphone with a 5-inch screen and stylus.
The Alcatel One Touch Star is an affordable way to put Jelly Bean in your pocket.
But thanks to a stunningly svelte bezel, it doesn't feel oversize.
The Alcatel One Touch Fire is the first Firefox phone, using new Firefox OS software designed for budget smartphones.
The first smartphone to use Media Tek's quad-core chipset features a huge 5-inch display and Android 4.1.
Alcatel brings forth a series of modest, entry-level smartphones at CES. You'll even see one of them in the U.S.