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The One Touch Evolve

Everything about the Evolve says budget, from the $99 price tag off contract, to the under-performing internal specs. The phone is one of two Alcatel models making their way to T-Mobile in the US in fall 2013.

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Slick design

One of the phone's only pluses is its high-end-looking design, with a soft matte back cover and silver accents. However, the phone doesn't feel solid when you pick it up.

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Chunky build

The Evolve is 0.4 inch thick, making it look and feel bulky.

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Capacitive hot keys

Instead of physical buttons, the phone has hot keys on the front bezel.

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5-megapixel camera

The Evolve has a 5-megapixel back camera with a fixed-focus lens, which can't take sharp close-up photos. Read full review
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The inside specs

Inside, there's a 1GHz processor and 1,400mAh battery. The Evolve can only support 3G connections, even though it's available on T-Mobile, which offers 4G. Read full review
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