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[IFA 2013] Alcatel Introduces One Touch Pop C-Series

Alcatel has announced at the IFA 2013 event in Berlin four new smartphones belonging to the One Touch Pop series. Pop C1, Pop C3, Pop C5, and Pop C7 are the new models that are aimed at the younger generation and are characterized by their wide range of customization options. They are best used by consumers who don’t want a fancy high-end device but instead looking for a basic smartphone that already runs on Android 4.2

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Pop C1

This is the smallest of the new models having a 3.5 inch HVGA display. It uses a 1 GHz dual core processor that allows for a fast Internet browsing experience. The user interface is easy to use and the pre-installed apps makes sure that the device can be used immediately straight out of the box. This model will be available in the market starting this October.

Pop C3

The Pop C3 has a 4-inch WVGA display and has a curved design. It uses a 1.3 GHz dual core processor that’s perfect for multi-tasking or gaming. It also features a 3.2 MP camera that can be used to take great photos. A flip accessory is also available for consumers to dress up their device. This model will be available in the market starting this October.

Pop C5

Despite having a 4.5-inch display the Pop C5 can still fit easily on a person’s hand. This model uses a uses a 1.3 GHz dual core processor that allows games to be played smoothly and also assures a faster Internet browsing experience. The 5 MP rear camera comes with a panoramic picture function while the front camera can be used for video calls. This model will be available in the market starting this November.

Pop C7

The Pop C7 has the largest display among these new models. The device uses a 5-inch extra-large display and uses a 1.3 GHz quad core processor. It also comes with a 5 MP camera that takes great shots. This device is suited for those looking for a smartphone with a large screen yet comes at a budget friendly price. This model will be available in the market during the last quarter of this year.

via engadget