"The Alcatel Moveband makes wearables more affordable"
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The Alcatel Moveband makes wearables more affordable
Alcatel's making wearables more acceptable to everyone with its new MOVEBAND.
The design is reminiscent of the old Sony SmartBand, with the rubber straps and the removable PUK.
While the features are similar to what we've already seen out in the market, the difference here is the price.
It starts out at just $39.
It can check steps, sleep, and alert you of notifications for emails, messages, and phone calls via these LEDs and vibrations.
It can also be programmed to control your phone to take a selfie or change your music with companion app, compatible with Android and IOS Another cool feature besides the price is the battery life.
It can go up to one month on one charge, and can then be recharged with its proprietary charger.
Alcatel will also be launching a higher end line under the TCL brand, and both will be launching in Q2 of this year.
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