Thursday 24 August 2017
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Alcatel phone A30

Alcatel phone A30, a budget android tablet unveiled

Alcatel phone A30 is launched as a budget Android tablet in US by Alcatel, exclusive to T-Mobile for just $125. The Alcatel A30 is focused on the entry-level android users with basics specs inside out. Though, the tablet market is dead, few OEM’s like Alcatel. As the average user expect its screen size to be at least 5.5 inch, there is no space for tablet market at all.

Talking about the built quality, the device offers nothing out of the box, the poly carbonate body helps us to remember tablets in 2012, however, the clean design and standard design is appreciated. Without further delay, lets look at the tech specifications for further insights.

Alcatel phone A30 specifications

The Alcatel A30 phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 (Quad core) SoC, paired with 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 8 GB on-board storage with external SD card slot up to 128 GB. In terms of user experience, the device is expected to replicate the stock android like user experience and glitter free user experience.

The Alcatel A30 also offers infrared IR blaster, paired with Alcatel CloserTV app. These combination helps to change channels on your TV, irrespective of your network provider. In terms of camera, the device is equipped with a 5 MP rear facing camera and a similar 5 MP front facing camera, both camera modules offer wider angle with 720p video recording capability.

The main feature of any tablet is display, to keep the $125 price tag of the product, the device is fitted with an 8 inch 1280 x 800 resolution IPS LCD screen, protected by tempered glass. With respect to the operating system, the device runs on latest version of Android 7.1 with stock user experience.

In conclusion for a $125 price tag, this device offers phenomenal features, from built quality to quality hardware inside. What makes this a better one from the competition is that this one offers 4G Lte capabilities with calling features for just this price tag.

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