With just 2 days to go for the CES 2016 tradeshow, Alcatel One Touch has already unveiled its Pixi 3 tablet, which will be powered by Windows 10 Mobile out of the box.
Not much has been revealed in terms of specs, neither is there any word as to how much the Windows-powered Pixi 3 will cost or when it starts shipping. And probably it takes advantage of Microsoft’s zero-charge licensing for sub 9-inch devices.
Though Alcatel has promised that it’ll be equipped with 4G LTE connectivity, GPS, TV remote control and voice support deemed to be an “entry level” tablet. While users will also get the option to customize skins and Flip Stand covers. We can expect the tablet to be something on the lines of its Android version launched earlier this year.
It features an 8-inch HD display, 2 MP rear camera, 0.3 MP front camera, a 1.3 GHz processor bundled with 1GB of RAM along with 8GB ROM + 32GB of expandable storage.
Apart from the Windows 10 Mobile powered Pixi 3 tablet, the company also unveiled its CareTime GPS smartwatch designed for children along with the new Pixi 4 series smartphones. More details about these products will be unveiled at the upcoming CES 2016.
The Pixi 4 range of devices will include a pair of smartphones with 3.5 inches and 4 inches, along with a 6-inch and a 7-inch tablet. The company says that its Pixi 4 range is aimed at giving users the best design and features available in an entry-level currently available in the market. It claims these will be premium entry level devices offering great battery backup, camera quality along with superb multimedia experience.
Meanwhile, the CareTime smartwatch for children is aimed at keeping kids be in constant touch with their parents. Parents will be able to send voice messages or call their children through the device, and kids will be able to make calls or send messages only to specific contacts. It also comes with a GPS tracker which will allow parents to pinpoint the location of their children. Moreover, the smartwatch also comes with a partner app that informs parents when their kids are not within the vicinity of the preset safe zone.