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Alcatel One Touch Pixi Glitz Review – Is It Gold or Glitter?

The Pixi Glitz is a relic from 2013. Phones have evolved rapidly since then – selfie cameras especially became a thing. Although its specs are too dated for life as a primary driver, it’s fit enough to be your next back-up phone.  Give our Alcatel One Touch Pixi Glitz review a try to learn more.

Alcatel Pixi Glitz Specs


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2.45 in x 4.41 in x 0.47 in (62.3 mm x 112.0 mm x 11.9 mm)

Display Screen

3.5 in (88.9 mm) TFT (167 PPI)

Operating System


1.3 GHz Dual Core Processor

Supported SIM types

Network Coverage

Battery Coverage

Alcatel Pixi Glitz


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2.45 in x 4.41 in x 0.47 in (62.3 mm x 112.0 mm x 11.9 mm)

Display Screen

3.5 in (88.9 mm) TFT (167 PPI)

Operating System


1.3 GHz Dual Core Processor

Supported SIM types

Network Coverage

Battery Coverage


Below, we thoroughly talked about the specs mentioned in our table.


It is super petite. Even if you have small hands, holding it might be difficult. Its screen stretches 3.5 inches (88.9 mm) across. Unfortunately, it’s not the most ergonomic either. This isn’t hard to tell – its sides aren’t the smoothest.

Being so affordable, it shouldn’t surprise you that it’s made from plastic. You can remove its back-panel, though. We’re fans of this; you’ll be able to force close its systems.

It also shouldn’t surprise you that it’s thick. Devices being slim wasn’t a concern like it is now. The following are its dimensions, 2.45 in x 4.41 in x 0.47 in (62.3 mm x 112.0 mm x 11.9 mm). It thankfully doesn’t weigh a lot. If it did, it would be brick-like.

Looking across its sides, you’ll see a microSD slot and 3.5 mm headphone jack. The former is appreciated as its storage isn’t the best.

Most Alcatel phones only come in black. This is true for the Pixi as well.

Its design actually reminds us a lot of the Alcatel Pop Icon. You can check our Alcatel Onetouch Pop Icon review if you want.


As its display is small, it’ll be hard to immerse in content. It also comes with a TFT front. If you’ve read our reviews before, you’d know that they’re not as vibrant as IPS LCDs. They’re not totally bad, though. It’s just that they’re not as vibrant as the current panels around.

We’re sadly not told what its resolution is. However, we’re informed about its PPI. It is 167. Considering its display is so small, such a density is good.

Do you live in a sunny area? Its screen doesn’t get bright enough to handle the outdoors.

Speaking of the outdoors, be careful. Its display was made from regular strengthened glass.

Even flagships released in 2013 had serious bezel action. Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S4. Its screen-to-body ratio is 72.3%. Meanwhile, the S20 5G which released this year has an almost 90% front. We aren’t told what the exact ratio on the GLITZ is, but it’s probably not anything good.


When you look at thick phones, they usually have large batteries. But this is not the case for it. Its battery is 1150 mAh. You’ll barely be able to last a day with it. Thankfully, it has adequate power saving modes. You’ll be able to prolong its life a bit longer.

As mentioned, its battery is removable. If its systems ever act up, you can force close them.

To charge it, you’ll be making use of a micro USB port. These days, USB-C ones are widely around. You’ll be plugging a 10 W regular charger into the entry. You can expect the Alcatel phone to take over 2 hours to go from 0-100%.


It houses a 1.3 GHz Dual Core Processor. It can’t handle extensive tasks. If it had more RAM, it would be easier to use. The manufacturer only placed 512 MB. Applications force-closing will be something you’ll struggle with.

The ROM it has is nothing to write home about. There’s 2 GB of space. You’ll probably fill it up in a week. Not to make things worse, but the 2 GB are reduced to less. The handset is available from TracFone, so there’ll be bloatware.

Hopefully, you know what bloatware is. They’re apps that carriers create to be alternative to Google’s. You’re stuck with them, though. They can’t be uninstalled.

Don’t fret, its microSD slot is around. You’ll be able to expand its storage up to 32 GB.

Here’s the deal:

The OS its chipset powers especially isn’t great. You’re getting Android 4.4 out of the box. Android 10 is around and is much superior.


You are getting a single shooter on its back. It consists of a 2 MP lens. The set-up has LED flash.

Is there a front camera? Sadly not. Selfies weren’t a thing then.


You’ll be able to connect to 2G, 3G and 4G networks. You can share files with others through Bluetooth v4.0.


Now that you know everything about it, we thought about comparing it to equally superb units. They’re from TracFone as well.

Samsung Galaxy A01

The two are in the same price range. But the A01 is much newer than its counterpart. It was released at the end of last year. This explains its more modern specs and appearance. For starters, it’s a giant in comparison. Its screen stretches 5.7 inches (144.78 mm) across.

Although bigger, we don’t think 5.7 inches (144.78 mm) is that big for a modern handset. There are ones that’re well over 6 inches.

It’s thinner too. The following are its dimensions, 5.76 in x 2.79 in x 0.33 in (146.2 x 70.9 mm x 8.3 mm). It’s slimmer yet comes with a larger battery. The unit inside of it is 3000 mAh. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to remove it.

You’re met with a familiar panel. A TFT one is present. The unit has some bezel action. That being said, it’s less severe than the GLITZ’. Its screen-to-body ratio is a little less than 80%.

You don’t have to look closely to notice the improved sharpness. Its screen resolution is 720 x 1520 pixels.

What’s the chipset present? The Snapdragon 439. It’s basic but is capable of running more taxing processes. It powers Android 10. We talked well about the OS earlier.

There’s a microSD slot. The storage it offers is better than the Alcatel phone’s by leap and bounds. However, it’s still not ideal. You’re getting 16 GB of space. As it’s available from TracFone, know that there’d be carrier bloatware.

Its RAM is also better. There are 2 gigs of it. Apps force-closing won’t be much of an issue.

Did we mention how to charge it? You’ll be making use of a micro USB port. To it, a regular 10 W charger would be placed. Get Netflix ready, it’ll take a while.

Unlike its counterpart, you’re getting a dual set-up on its rear. It consists of a 13 MP wide lens and 2 MP depth sensor. What’s better is that there’s a selfie camera. It is a 5 MP sensor. You’re getting LED flash on its back but not on its front camera.

The presence of the selfie camera is great, but will it leave you Instagram ready? No. It doesn’t take the most vibrant shots. Its rear camera underperforms as well, especially in low-light.

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It’s not very big, yet it towers over its alternative. Its screen stretches 5.45 inches (138.43 mm) across. If you have large hands, using it might be tough.

Like its counterpart, it’s made from plastic. LG didn’t do anything to make the material feel premium. It only comes in black.

To be honest, it’s not the most ergonomic. Its sides are somewhat square.

The panel on its display is TFT. Although as vibrant, it’s much sharper. It comes with a 720 x 1440-pixel resolution. It’s very good due to its size; you’ll find it hard to notice pixelation.

It’s thinner than the GLITZ. But it comes with the bigger battery. It is 3000 mAh. It lasts over a day. There are expert power saving modes to get it to last longer.


You’re probably wondering what its dimensions are, they are 5.77 in x 2.81 in x 0.32 in (146.8 mm x 71.4 mm x 8.13 mm).

Be careful when outdoors. There’s regular strengthened glass in place. It can’t handle bright surroundings either. This is true for the A01 if we didn’t mention it too.

It houses the Snapdragon 425. Compared to the 439, it doesn’t do as well. It’s still faster than the Onetouch’s processor, though.

Thankfully, there is a microSD slot. Because you aren’t able to do much with its ROM. You’re met with 16 GB of it. Carrier bloatware reduces it to around 8. It’ll get full in around a month.

We’re told the type of microSD cards it can handle. They are the 32 GB type.

RAM wise, 2 gigs are present.

Its processor powers Android 9. No surprise, it’s superior to the 4.4 version. But it’s still not as good looking or customizable as Android 10. Sadly, you won’t be able to update its systems to it.

Charging it is not fun. It takes well over 2 hours, as it hosts a micro USB port and uses a 10 W regular charger.

There’s a single camera on its front and back. The one on its rear is an 8 MP sensor. Meanwhile, you’re getting a 5 MP one on its front. LED flash is available on its rear camera but not its selfie one. Both of them don’t take very vibrant shots. They especially don’t do well in dim lit settings.

Final Thoughts

What did you think about our TracFone - Alcatel Onetouch Pixi GLITZ review? More importantly, what did you think about the phone?

As it’s so old, you won’t be able to use it as a primary driver. Its RAM especially is not good. Even budget handsets released these days come with 2-3 GB of it. Just take a look at the Samsung Galaxy M01. We would’ve included it in our alternatives, but it’s sadly not sold by TracFone.

In terms of the OneTouch unit, the processor inside it isn’t the best either. The same is true for its battery too.

That being said, how it performs makes it suitable for a back-up unit. You’ll just be using it once in a while. The fact that it’s so affordable makes this tempting.

If you really want to take the leap, know that it was discontinued. You’ll be one of the few that owns the model.

When compared to alternatives, the A01 beats it. It released last year so its specs are more fit for modern life. It looks great too – you can pick it up in a shiny red variant. Of course, its Snapdragon 439 runs laps around the 1.3 core processor on the Alcatel phone.

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Alcatel's OneTouch Pixi 3 tablets offer value and not much else (hands-on) Meant for emerging markets, Alcatel's latest 7- and 8-inch tablets offer 3G and 4G connectivity for a low price.

BARCELONA -- Alcatel's latest 7-inch and 8-inch Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 tablets don't pack very powerful specs, but the price the company is selling them for will surely tempt you. These two tablets complement the company's Pixi 3 range of smartphones previously announced at CES in January, and despite the low price, they sport a pretty decent plastic build. We got our hands on them here at Mobile World Congress 2015.

There are four different models, with the 7-inch model sporting three variants -- Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi and 3G, and 4G. The 8-inch comes with 3G only, but has slightly better specs.

The 7-inch Wi-Fi-only model will cost a mere 69 euros ($77, £50 and AU$98), while the 7-inch 3G version is a small step up at 89 euros ($99, £64, AU$127). Lastly, the 4G model and the 8-inch tablet are a tad more costly at 129 euros ($144, £93, AU$184). The 8-inch is already shipping while the 7-inch Wi-Fi and 3G models will ship in May to Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.


While some of you may turn your nose up at the thought of a plastic tablet, I quite like the soft-touch material used for the 8-inch model. It's comfortable to grip, but if you're worried about the tablet slipping from your hands, the 7-inch version has a patterned back that gives you a very good hold.

Both tablets sport curved edges, which are quite comfortable to hold in your hand. Unlike Samsung tablets, the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 tablets have no physical keys, and rely completely on the onscreen buttons.

The volume and power buttons are located on the right side. At the back you'll find a rear 2-megapixel camera with no flash, but there's also a 2-megapixel front shooter for selfies. It's not the best, but you can take pictures if you need to.


The 7-inch versions all come with slightly different internal hardware, so bear with me a moment. The Wi-Fi version uses a MediaTek quad-core processor, the MT8127, clocked at 1.3GHz. The 3G model uses a MediaTek dual-core processor, the MT8312, clocked at 1.3GHz.

Both tablets sport a paltry 512MB of RAM and only 4GB of onboard storage, but the tablets have support for expandable storage via a microSD card slot. They both run Android 4.4.

As for the 4G version, it is powered by a 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 210, and has 1GB of RAM and 4GB of onboard storage. The 4G model runs Android 5.0 Lollipop.

All three 7-inch models pack the same 1,024x600-pixel display and have the same 2,820mAh battery. The one thing I noticed about the display is that the viewing angles aren't very good, so that's something you may want to take note of.

Lastly, the 8-inch model mostly shares the specs of the 3G 7-inch version, such as the 1.3GHz MediaTek MT8312, but it has 1GB RAM and 4GB of onboard storage. The 8-inch version also has a higher-resolution 1,280x800-pixel display, and the viewing angles are slightly better.

All tablets, apart from the Wi-Fi-only model, can make voice calls, which is cool.


The Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 tablets offer pretty good value for money, though if you're used to higher-end devices, you may find these aren't quite to your liking. Bear in mind though that Alcatel's targeting the emerging markets with these cheap tablets, and their low prices make them very attractive for such customers.

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Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First mobile was launched in September 2015. The phone comes with a 4.00-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480x800 pixels. Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SPRD7731 processor. It comes with 512MB of RAM. The Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First runs Android 4.4 and is powered by a 1450mAh non-removable battery.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First on the rear packs 5-megapixel camera. It sports a 2-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First is based on Android 4.4 and packs 4GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card. The Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First is a dual-SIM (GSM and GSM) mobile that accepts Regular and Regular cards. The Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First measures 122.00 x 64.40 x 9.70mm (height x width x thickness) . It was launched in Soft Slate, Metal Silver, Metal Gold, and Rose Gold colours.

Connectivity options on the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi First include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, and 3G. Sensors on the phone include proximity sensor and compass/ magnetometer.

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Tracfone Alcatel Pixi Glory Review

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Tracfone Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory Review
The Alcatel One Touch Pixi Glory is a large, budget friendly smartphone available from Tracfone since mid-2016.

It comes with a 5.5" screen, quad-core processor, 8 GB memory and Android 5.1. It is for use with Tracfone prepaid service and uses the GSM cell network with 4G capability.

In our review of the Pixi Glory we will share the full list of features and specs, look at key pros and cons, and compare it to some of the other popular smartphones available from Tracfone at this time.

To see all our reviews of, visit our Tracfone Cell Phone Reviews page.

Let's start with the main pro's and con's about the Alcatel Pixi Glory.

Alcatel Pixi Glitz Quick Facts

The Good:
Large Screen at 5.5"

The Not so Good:
Only 8 GB Memory
Only 1 GB RAM

There are a number of inexpensive smartphones from Alcatel available through Tracfone, with prices ranging from $20 (or sometimes less) to around $100. In general, spending more on a phone means you will get better performance and features, but there are also some great discounts on certain devices.

The Pixi Glory, not to be confused with the Pixi Glitz, Pixi Eclipse, Pixi Pulsar, or a number of other similarly named devices, is one of the more recent and better alcatel phones we've seen.

Let's see the full list of features and specs to get a better idea what this phone brings to the table.

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glory Features and Specs

Below are the features, followed by the technical specs
  • Android 5.1
  • 4G LTE capable using GSM networks
  • WiFi and GPS
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • 5 MP rear camera with autofocus, 2 MP front camera
  • Hadsfree speaker
  • Hearing Aid Compatible
  • 2 Home Screens
  • MMS, SMS, Voicemail and more
Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glory Specs
  • Size: 5.98" x 3.06" x 0.37"
  • 5.5" touchscreen (1280x720 resolution)
  • 1.1 Ghz Quad Core Processor
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 8 GB Internal Memory (MicroSD card slot for up to 32 GB)
  • Battery: 2500 mAh with 17hrs talk time, 16 days standby (non-removable)
Alcatel is a phone brand licensed by Chinese company TCL Corporation, which is known for a wide variety of electronic products including TV's and various appliances.

While the Pixi Glory has a good appearance and feel, a number of the cheaper alcatel onetouch devices feel and look somewhat 'cheap' and occasionally have quality issues. Any phone offered as a budget smartphone will have certain drawbacks in order to keep the price low.

Let's take a look at our review, with the key features we like, or found to be lacking.

Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory Review

We will start with the features we like about this phone, followed by a few drawbacks.

What we like:
The big feature on the Pixi Glory is the large screen, which is 5.5" with HD resolution (720x1280). For comparison, the Moto G4 Plusalso has a 5.5" touchscreen, although it has full HD (1080x1920) resolution for an improved visual experience.

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Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory 
The 5.5" screen size means the phone is fairly big by general standards, and can take some getting used to for those accustomed to smaller phones. However, it doesn't take long before the Pixi Glory feels normal, and you are enjoying the larger surface area for reading, watching or gaming. In our experience, everyone has certain preferences on phone size, but a large screen does make it easier to use the phone as long as you can still comfortably hold it.

The performance specs on the Alcatel Pixi Glory are not very exciting, but adequate for most activities and should keep up with the majority of apps.

Lastly, we are happy to see that even with a large screen, the Pixi Glory is available at a reasonable price of $99 with airtime bundle, and occasionally on sale for less.

Now for some negative points about this phone.

What we Don't Like
While the overall performance of the Pixi Glory is pretty good, we don't like that it is limited by just 8 GB internal memory, 1 GB RAM and running Android 5.1.

Many smartphone users are looking for closer to 16 or 32 GB memory to store the apps, photos videos and other content. With just 8 GB, the Pixi Glory limits how much you can load on the phone.

Tracfone smartphones don't receive OS updates, so the Pixi Glory will always run Android 5.1, which is now becoming a little outdated with Android 7.0 released for many newer (and more expensive) phones.

Another point to mention on the Pixi Glory is that the battery is non-removable, so if it dies, you will need to get a new phone.

Lastly, we do want to mention the front and rear cameras. The rear camera captures 5 MP images and look OK in good light. It can also shoot HD video (720 resolution) at 30 fps which is adequate for sharing on social media or sending to friends. There is also autofocus and LED flash. The front camera has a 2 MP camera that is more like a webcam and will struggle to take good images unless there is good lighting.

Overall the Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory has some nice features for the price, and it also looks sleek, just don't expect to be wow'd by the performance. This phone is best suited for consumers who use a handful of apps, but would like a large screen for viewing photos and videos.

View the online tutorial for the Pixi Gloryfor help navigating on this phone.

Where to Buy the Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory

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Alcatel Onetouch Pixi Glory
The Pixi Glory can be found at a variety of online retail websites, including the Tracfone website and Amazon, but we've found the best bundle deal is on HSN.

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glory with airtime bundle from HSN- $99
Alcatel OneTouch Pixi Glory on Amazon- $89

Under $100 for this phone is not a bad deal, as it is a capable device for most tasks.

Alcatel Pixi Glory Compared to the Samsung Galaxy Sky

One of the best budget phones currently available from Tracfone is the Samsung Galaxy Sky. It has a smaller, 5" screen, but comes with a number of improvements compared to the Pixi Glory, such as 16 GB memory, Android 6.0, and 1.5 GB RAM. The Sky is also often on sale for the same price as the Pixi Glory.

Be on the lookout for the new Samsung Galaxy J7, the step up from the Galaxy Sky, which we expect sometime int he near future and will have a 5.5" touchscreen, but likely cost upwards of $150.

We hope this review has been helpful in providing information about the Pixi Glory. Leave a comment with any thoughts or questions.

It may be possible to unlock this phone. For more information, visit our step by step Tracfone Unlocking Guide.

And if you're looking for a new phone, don't miss out on our list of the Best Tracfone Smartphones in 2017.

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Alcatel OneTouch PIXI First


The Alcatel OneTouch PIXI First sports 4-inch display with 480 x 800 pixels resolution, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB built-in storage. There is 5 megapixel camera on the back and 2 megapixel front unit. The phone runs Android 4.4 and is powered by 1450 mAh battery.

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The Alcatel OneTouch PIXI First is most commonly compared with these phones:

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Size:4.0 inches
Resolution:800 x 480 pixels, 233 PPI
Screen-to-body:57.78 %
Colors:16 777 216
Touchscreen:Capacitive, Multi-touch
Features:Proximity sensor


System chip:Spreadtrum SC7731G
Processor:Quad-core, 1200 MHz, ARM Cortex-A7
GPU:Mali-400 MP
Internal storage:4GB, available to use: 2 GB
Storage expansion:microSDHC up to 32 GB
Device type:Smartphone
OS:Android (4.4)


Capacity:1450 mAh
Type:User replaceable


Rear:Single camera
Main camera:5 MP
Video recording:1920x1080 (Full HD) (24 fps)
Features:Video calling
Front:2 MP


Size comparison

Dimensions:4.81 x 2.54 x 0.38 inches (122.1 x 64.4 x 9.7 mm)
Features:Touch sensitive control keys
Colors:Black, Gold, Gray


UMTS:Bands 8(900), 1(2100)
Data Speed:HSDPA+ (4G) 21.1 Mbit/s, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s


Headphones:3.5mm jack
Speakers:Earpiece, Loudspeaker
Features:Album art cover, Background playback

Connectivity & Features

Wi-Fi:802.11 b, g, n; Wi-Fi Direct
USB:microUSB, USB 2.0
Features:Mass storage device, Charging
Location:GPS, A-GPS
Other:Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync

Phone features

Notifications:Haptic feedback, Music ringtones (MP3), Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration, Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
Other features:Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording


Officially announced:Sep 05, 2015
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The Alcatel Onetouch Pixi 7 is a capable mini tablet that features the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. The 7-inch display is perfect for viewing any of your favorite content. Quad-Core power will provide you a smooth experience through your most everyday tasks and games. Includes: A/C Adapter, USB Data Cable, T-Mobile SIM Card and Start Guide.


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Processor:Mediatek MT8117 1.2GHz Cortex A7
Processor Core:Dual-Core
Screen Size:7.0"
Resolution:540 x 960
Display Type:Capacitive Multi-touch LCD Touchscreen
Keyboard with Dock:None
HDMI Ports:None
Battery:2840mAh Lithium-Polymer
Audio:Built in
Camera:0.3 MP
I/O Ports:
Micro SD:1 (expandable to 32GB)
Micro USB:1
3.5mm headphone jack1
Operating System:
Android 4.4.2
7.5"(W) x 0.4"(H) x 4.92"(D)


In the Box: Alcatel 9006W 7.0" OneTouch Pixi 7 Mini Tablet (T-Mobile)

Processor:Mediatek MT8117 1.2GHz Cortex A7
Processor Core:Dual-Core
Screen Size:7.0"
Resolution:540 x 960
Display Type:Capacitive Multi-touch LCD Touchscreen
Keyboard with Dock:None
HDMI Ports:None
Battery:2840mAh Lithium-Polymer
Audio:Built in
Camera:0.3 MP
I/O Ports:
Micro SD:1 (expandable to 32GB)
Micro USB:1
3.5mm headphone jack1
Operating System:
Android 4.4.2
7.5"(W) x 0.4"(H) x 4.92"(D)


In the Box: Alcatel 9006W 7.0" OneTouch Pixi 7 Mini Tablet (T-Mobile)


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Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 4 hands-on

We are here at CES 2016 with Alcatel OneTouch, where the company has taken the wraps off of their latest series of affordable entry-level smartphones. What do these devices have to offer? We find out, as we go hands on with the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 4!

Like its predecessors, which were launched at the same event last year, the Pixi 4 is available in a variety of sizes, but while the 3.5-inch and 4-inch sizes have been retained from the previous generation, the largest iteration has seen its display size bumped up to 6-inches. Apart from the varying sizes, all three phones feature the same design language and rectangular form factor. Despite being made entirely of plastic, they do all feel quite sturdy, courtesy of the unibody design.

All the devices come with LCD displays and MediaTek processors, but specifications like the number of CPU cores, display resolution, amount of RAM, built-in storage, camera resolution, and battery capacity all increase as you move up in size. If you are more budget conscious or want a phone that can easily fit in the palm of your hand, the smaller versions are a great choice. The best of the bunch however is the large 6-inch version, which, while certainly more expensive than its smaller siblings, is still very affordable.

Taking a look at the specs mentioned above, the 3.5-inch version comes with an HVGA display with 320 x 480 resolution, a 1 GHz dual-core MediaTek MT6572M processor, 2 MP rear camera and VGA front-facing unit, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage and microSD expansion up to 32GB. The 4.0-inch smartphone comes with a WVGA display with 480 x 800 resolution, a 1.3 GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6580M processor, 512 MB or 1 GB of RAM (depending on storage option), either 4 or 8 GB of on-board storage and microSD expansion up to 32 GB.

Finally, we have the 6.0-inch smartphone, which comes with a TFT LCD display with 1280 x 720 resolution, a quad-core MediaTek MSM8909 processor clocked at 1.1 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, and microSD expansion up to 64 GB. Additionally, it has an 8 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front-facing unit.

On the software side of things, you get a similar experience across all devices, and while some of the preview units were running Android 5.1 Lollipop, the Pixi 4 smartphones will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box when released. The software experience is very close to stock Android, with only a few touches of customization added by Alcatel OneTouch. For the most part, this is a very clean version of Android, which is a big factor in allowing for a smooth performance overall, especially on the lower models.

So there you have it for this quick first look at the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 4! This is another really good series of affordable entry-level smartphones from the company, and definitely something to look out for. Stay tuned with Android Authority as we continue to bring you more great hands on coverage from CES 2016!

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