It's hard to believe that even in 2017, flip phones are still readily available. T-Mobile has just released the Alcatel Go Flip for those that want something simpler. The handset will cost $75.
The IDOL 4S with Windows 10 launched on T-Mobile for $469, before its price was slashed, and the device was eventually discontinued. But you can now get the high-end handset for just $272.99.
A few days ago we reported on a lukewarm deal for the unlocked variant of Alcatel's Idol 4S, it now appears that something better has come along with a huge discount that sees the phone drop to $284.
T-Mobile US exclusively launched the IDOL 4S with Windows 10 in November for $469 - but then dropped its price to $432 in January, and $288 in February. Now, it's removed the device from its range.
If you've been waiting to purchase the Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10, now might be the time to do so, as the Microsoft Store is now selling the unlocked model for $400, $70 off of its normal price.
Alcatel has announced its "Flash" handset with dual 13MP sensors on the rear and dual 8MP and 5MP sensors on the front. The former allows it to generate an image with a high depth of field.
The unlocked version of the Alcatel IDOL 4S, one of the few Windows phones still available on the market, has received a reasonable discount on Amazon and can be bought for $400 in the US.
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Alcatel says that the Plus12 is the lightest 12-inch 2-in-1 in the world, and describes it as "your office on the move" - although it doesn't come with Office, and it has a truly ghastly keyboard.
Alcatel has unveiled details to offer its Windows 10 handset, the Idol 4 Pro, to those in Europe. The handset offers a healthy set of specs that include the Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM and 21MP camera.
Alcatel has announced its latest Windows 10 tablet, the Alcatel Plus12, which is targeted at businesses. The device packs a detachable keyboard, 11.6-inch Full HD display, and dual loudspeakers.
There have been numerous attempts at modular handsets with a majority not taking off. If this leak is to be believed, Alcatel could announce a new modular handset at Mobile World Congress 2017.
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After releasing an unlocked model of the IDOL 4S with Windows 10 in the United States earlier this week, Alcatel is now offering the device through the Microsoft Store in Canada for $619 CAD.
After launching an unlocked model of the IDOL 4S with Windows 10 in the US Microsoft Store this week, Alcatel will also be launching its flagship handset in Canada on Friday, January 20.
When Alcatel first announced its IDOL 4S with Windows 10 Mobile, it was an exclusive release to US carrier T-Mobile. Now, the handset has arrived as an unlocked model in the Microsoft Store.
The IDOL 4S with Windows 10 is a world exclusive device for T-Mobile in the US. The carrier launched it on November 10, priced at $469.99 - but now, two months later, its price has been cut by 8%.
Although BlackBerry once held as much as 20% of the smartphone market share, today it officially bows out as the company announces it has sold manufacturing rights to the BlackBerry brand to TCL.
Alcatel's France Twitter account tweeted that the company's IDOL 4S with Windows 10 will be coming to European markets, which complements earlier speculation of an unlocked variant.
Microsoft updated the Windows Device Recovery Tool today, adding support for a few new devices, such as the Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10. Oddly, there's a carrier variant of the Elite x3 as well.
Alcatel is celebrating the holidays by offering the chance to win an Xbox One S, Alcatel IDOL 4S, and much more. The competition is only available to US customers and ends on the 16th of December.
Alcatel's IDOL 4S has the specs that you'd want from a Windows phone, with an added twist: it comes with a virtual reality headset. Find out if it's worth your time in our review.
With Microsoft making no effort to encourage eligible users to upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile, 85% of US Windows phone owners remain on older versions of the OS. Check out more data from AdDuplex here.
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Alcatel's IDOL 4S with Windows 10 is the first flagship Windows phone of 2016 that's designed for consumers, featuring a Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4GB RAM. Here's our unboxing and first impressions.
The Fierce XL with Windows 10 Mobile launched exclusively on T-Mo in February, but it's now ditched the device, leaving no Windows phones in its range until Alcatel's new flagship launches next week.
Alcatel unveiled the IDOL 4S with Windows 10, a VR-ready flagship, earlier this week. But don't expect it to go on sale in Europe - the company says that it's "not intended" for European buyers.
Alcatel's new $469 flagship-class Windows 10 Mobile phone comes with a VR headset, and features a Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 21MP camera, Continuum support, fingerprint sensor, and more.
According to a new report, T-Mobile will begin selling the Alcatel Idol 4S on November 10. The Windows 10 Mobile device will retail for $469 and include flagship specifications.
A new image of Alcatel's IDOL 4S has leaked on Twitter, but the upcoming handset will be running Windows 10 Mobile. Sold by T-Mobile US, the phone will also include a VR headset.
After BlackBerry published details of its new Android phone on a web page with "do-not-publish" in its URL last week, leaked images of the DTEK60 now show a strong resemblance to Alcatel's Idol 4S.
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Alcatel announced the IDOL 4S back in February at MWC. The handset now makes its U.S. debut, priced at $349 with the inclusion of VR Goggles. Pre-orders for the handset will start on July 15th.
Alcatel's budding flagship, the Idol Pro 4, has passed its Wi-Fi certification for the T-Mobile variant, showing more details on what their upcoming 'Superphone' will come packed with.
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Alcatel's Windows 10 Mobile "superphone", the Idol Pro 4, has been rumored for quite a while now and today we get our first look at the upcoming device thanks to a leaked render.
The rumor mill continues to churn around Alcatel's upcoming 'superphone', which will be powered by Windows 10 Mobile. New rumors include 4 GB RAM 64 GB internal storage, and more.
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Alcatel's new Windows 10 tablet could be a popular choice at the right price for those seeking a low-cost device with 4G LTE support - albeit built into the detachable keyboard, not the tablet itself.
Alcatel had a lot to share on the first unofficial day of Mobile World Congress, which included the change in branding, the launch of two IDOL smartphones and a Windows 10 powered 2-in-1 device.
It's been quite an important week in tech news with countless leaks, lots of Windows 10 news, new handsets and the brewing of an epic fight between Apple and the FBI in the name of freedom.
Alcatel looks to be moving into flagship territory with Windows 10 Mobile. If certain rumors are to be believed, it'll be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Full HD, Continuum supported device.
Alcatel's Windows 10 powered OneTouch Fierce XL smartphone, that was revealed at CES in January will reportedly go on sale tomorrow for $139 on T-Mobile in the United States.
We got our hands on the 'Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL with Windows 10 Mobile' handset, which is heading to T-Mobile. Although it isn't the highest end unit, it does offer decent specs and a good build.
Nokia has announced that French regulators have approved the company's offer of 15.6 billion euros to acquire Alcatel-Lucent and will begin the merger starting January 14th.
AT&T has been the only major US carrier to offer a Windows 10 Mobile handset since October. That could all change soon, however, with T-Mobile set to offer a new handset by Alcatel.
In line with the recent leak about Alcatel's plans to launch the Fierce XL, a Windows 10 handset, a render of the device has now surfaced - and it appears to have an Android counterpart as well.
While Microsoft had promised to make an effort to bring Windows 10 Mobile to all existing handsets, it seems that some low-end phones won't be making the cut, after all.