Smartphone Alcatel Pixi 3 (5) 3G

Smartphone Alcatel Pixi 3 (5) 3G

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ALCATEL ONE TOUCH M POP ANÁLISE (Pt-br)
ALCATEL ONE TOUCH M POP ANÁLISE (Pt-br) Inscreva-se:http://bit.ly/GzuHH1 MEU BLOG:http://smartnoticia.blogspot.com.br/ LOJA:https://www.magazinevoce.com.br/magazinesmartvendas Análise do smartphone alcatel one touch m pop (Alcatel M pop), teste da câmera, é um ótimo aparelho com uma configuração boa pelo seu preço. Tem um processador de 1 ghz. ele é bastante compacto com uma tela de 4 polegadas. Espero que vocês gostem do vídeo análise e ajude a divulgar o canal, clicando em gostei, compartilhando e adicionando o vídeo em favoritos. █ Se inscreva no Canal; █ Dê joinha se gostar do vídeo, para ajudar na divulgação do vídeo; █ Se não gostou... não posso fazer nada; :-x █ Se quiser divulgar o canal para ajudar, eu agradeceria muito; █ Caso tenha gostado muito, favorite também. Visitem meus parceiros: https://www.youtube.com/user/DOUTORINFO https://www.youtube.com/user/DavidTecNews https://www.youtube.com/user/JerdroidTutoriais https://www.youtube.com/user/mitubrasil https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGamerdowns https://www.youtube.com/user/32vini10 PT8M39S
Alcatel's new Pixi smartphone can run Windows, Android, or Firefox OS
Alcatel's new Pixi smartphone can run Windows, Android, or Firefox OS Alcatel's new Pixi smartphone can run Windows, Android, or Firefox OS Fresh off the news that it's acquired the Palm brand, Alcatel has a new Pixi for us. It's not actually the first Pixi from the budget phone maker, but it is pretty unique in its own right: the phone is compatible with three operating systems, being able to run Windows Phone, Android, or Firefox OS. The OS-agnostic Pixi 3 comes in four variants, with a 3.5-inch display 3G model, and three larger versions adding LTE and coming in at 4, 4.5, and 5 inches in size. The company says the smartphones let owners use the same operating systems at work, at home, and on the move. The "affordable" phones might not rival top tier smartphones in terms of features and power, and the smallest 3.5-inch phone can only use 3G connections, but Alcatel says its users "don't want complicated systems — they want something familiar from their work environment in the office." THE THREE LARGER PIXIS HAVE LTE AND A CHOICE OF OPERATING SYSTEMS By opening the phones up to three different systems, it might be tricky for Alcatel to ensure a good user experience for every Pixi 3 owner, but the company at least has experience with all three operating systems. Alcatel's previous Pixi phone uses Google's OS, its Fire phone from last year uses Mozilla's, and the company's POP 2 is a Windows Phone with a 64-bit processor. We'll know more about how they work when Alcatel shows the new phones off on the CES 2015 floor. The Palm trademark was sold in November to a shell company run by Nicolas Zibell, the Alcatel One Touch executive in charge of the American market — a move that indicates that the company may be trying to increase its presence in Western markets. Palm's return was recently teased by a new website, but for now at least, Alcatel's upcoming Pixi 3s don't bear the venerable brand name. PT1M56S
Alcatel OneTouch PIXI 3 First Look || Reviews & Specs
Alcatel OneTouch PIXI 3 First Look || Reviews & Specs Subscribe for more tech videos. The OneTouch PIXI 3 can run Android, Windows Phone, or Firefox OS. Alcatel is remaining quiet at the moment in regards to how one phone can run different operating systems, but it told that we won't have to deal with the technical hurdle of switching between operating systems. It seems Alcatel's carrier partners will pre-load the phone with one of the threBut Alcatel also wants to give consumers multiple personalisation options beyond the operating system, so it's making the new OneTouch PIXI 3 available in our different sizes: 3.5-inch, 4 inch, 4.5-inch, and 5 inch. You can even choose between nine different backplate colors ranging from black to pink. During our hands-on time with the device, we were told the phones come with extra custom options for memory, Dual SIM, etc. In all honesty, we think the OneTouch Pixi 3 could be a decent budget phone. Don't get us wrong: it's plasticky and thick, with most models coming in around 11.5mm or more thick, though the 5-inch model is 9.5mm thin, and the screen resolution is nothing to fawn over. The 3.5-inch model, for instance, has a HVGA (320x480) TFT 262K color display. But it'll do the trick and supposedly won't break the bank.e operating systems, depending on your preference. Other specs include a 1.0GHz dual core CPU for the 3.5-inch model, while all the other handsets have the option to upgrade to 1.1GHz quad core, and each model features two cameras. As with all the other features, you can choose from various camera options per device model. You can get, for instance, either a 2- or 5-megapixel front-facing camera for the 4-inch model. The idea is that consumers will be able to build their OneTouch PIXI 3 phone, from operating system to hardware features, and end up with a handset that suits them and their budget. Alcatel also seemed especially proud of the fact that these affordable devices, which don't yet have an official price or launch date, will support 4G LTE. That said, the 3.5-inch model will only offer a 3G data connection.Alcatel confirmed all four devices will be available globally through carrier partners, though it hasn't yet named which carriers. PT2M56S

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