The Windows 10-powered alcatel Idol 4s was launched in the United States back in November last year. At launch, the device was a T-Mobile-exclusive, and it carried a price tag of $470, which came down to $432 last month.
A quick look at the magenta carrier's website now reveals that the device's price has nosedived, shedding almost $145.
This means the handset is currently going for $288. The listing doesn't say whether it's a permanent price cut or limited-time offer.
Meanwhile, the unlocked version of the device - listed on Microsoft's online US store - still carries the $470 price tag. The handset also comes with a free VR headset (whether you buy it from T-Mobile or Microsoft).
The ZUK is around 190, but its a cheap phone, everything on it is cheap. Name one phone with the specs of the alcatel idol 4s, thats cheaper. You won't find one. It ok to hate on windows, I hate it too for deliberately destroying a good OS, but this ...
I'm sorry, but SwiftKey on Android is far superior than GBoard on Android, at least in my opinion and it is now a Microsoft app.