all the manufacturers always make a gadget with atleast one or more hardware/chipsets they are using are not the best of all just to make us feel not to be satisfied... Because business is business... haha
Tulipa, 19 Jan 2014Mediatek, ah no thanks. It's difficult to find hardcore games that works without glitch on med... moreIt's not the strongest, but it gets the job done fine. Especially for the lower price bracket.
Mediatek, ah no thanks. It's difficult to find hardcore games that works without glitch on mediatek processor.
1.Samsung.. Look here for design change in Note line.
2.Consider after market support , Nokia 1320 seems best bargain.
3.SONY , please tick all brackets right this time.
The black monolithic look of the front of this device is perfect.
And with display turned on, it becomes the most elegant looking thing.
The only small downside is the GPU but that is a problem only for those who plan to use this as a pocketable game console.
With Android 4.4 and ART, this phone will run fast enough for anyone.
Overall, a great job, Alcatel!
this phone is nice accounting 1080p screen and normal performance that is on par with note II
Excellent Phone. Price / specifications ratio is superb and doubtless.
Pogo pins. Nice phablet for the price. The e-ink display is interesting and also the other accessories that can be connected with the phone through the Pogo pins.
Gee, 17 Jan 2014Looking at this just makes me think Note 2, which is much better than this i think. Im Using Note2, its very good to use, multitasking and innovative. Note3 is also better choice to get. Dont prefer non-replaceable battery mobile phones it will sucks...
I became interested When i read that its a extremely thin bezelled 6" Phablet with a 1.5 Quadcore + 2gb ram and has Dual Sim(Most wanted by me) - But disappointingly the Dual sim one lacks a Micro Card slot - This really SUCKS!
and whats wrong with non replaceable battery ?
I assume everyone is aware of portable powerbanks that have similar size and can power more than one (!) device
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2014I agree. I stopped reading when I got to the battery test section. Looked promising until then.i stopped reading when i read "Non-replaceable battery" (yes, it's on page one) and went straight to the comment section.
but i might continue reading the rest of it when i had nothing else to do.
They battery tested the dual-sim version. Always dual-sim versions have shorter battery life.
AnonD-134497, 17 Jan 2014The specs if compared with the price is not bad. What shocking is the dual-sim storage options... moreI agree. I stopped reading when I got to the battery test section. Looked promising until then.