Price of Alcatel Smartphones in Bangladesh

Last Update date: 21 September, 2014

Alcatel was established in established in 2004 as a joint venture between Alcatel-Lucent of France and TCL Communication of China. The company is the manufacturer of the One Touch mobile and tablet series. Until very recently it was impossible in Bangladesh to get Alcatel smartphones. If possible then you have to sacrifice warranty because there was no authorized distributor in Bangladesh. But the scenario is now changed. There are some official channels in this country now and they are distributing all Alcatel phones and tabs in very exciting price range.

Alcatel smartphone has two definitive advantages. They are cheaper that other brands like Sony, HTC etc but same time they are beautiful. If you have any doubt over their quality than I simply have one suggestion for you. You can check world’s best online retailer or carriers. All of them are offering Alcatel phones. So you will be fooled if you thought that Alcatel is a CHINESE brand!

Best Alcatel Smartphone price list

Alcatel currently offering four different series of Android running product under the hood of 'Onetouch' like Samsung's Galaxy. 'Hero' is their top of the line series with 'Idol', 'Pop' and 'Pixi' following.

In this post I am writing down the retail price of latest Alcatel Onetouch smartphones. Keep in mind that the given price might be up and down. Though I will try my best to update them regularly but you have to careful.

Alcatel Onetouch Hero 34,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol X+ 28,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol Alpha 24,499/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 S 21,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 Mini S 18,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 17,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 Mini 15,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Scribe Easy 8000D 12,499/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Idol Mini 11,499/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Star 7,888/- taka

Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 12,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Pop 8 17,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Pop X 9,949/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Pop C5 8,199/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Pop C3 6,999/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Pop C1 5,599/- taka

Alcatel Onetouch Pixi 4007D 4,999/- taka

Alcatel Onetouch 815D 3,499/- taka
Alcatel Onetouch Tribe 3040D 3,499/- taka

Alcatel 3020D 3,049/- taka
Alcatel 2005D 2,849/- taka
Alcatel 1060D 1,749/- taka
Alcatel 1041D 1,699/- taka
Alcatel 1011D 1,249/- taka

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is up for pre-order in UK

Samsung has yesterday announced that the Galaxy Note 4 will be available to pre-order in the UK from today, Sept. 19. Samsung retail stores in the UK will get first dibs on Note 4 pre-orders, while Three, Carphone Warehouse and other outlets will open up pre-orders the following Friday, Sept. 26. The Galaxy Note 4's general UK release is slated to take place in just over three weeks, on Friday Oct. 10.

The company plans to stock store shelves with Galaxy Note 4 units on October 10, three weeks from now. In South Korea, however, this could happen a bit earlier. Yesterday, we knew that SK Telecom plans to launch the phone for a pre-order sometime today and make it available for purchase on September 26.

SIM Free Galaxy Note 4 Price in UK

Official pricing information for the phone is still under wraps. Earlier this month, the first pre-orders launched at €699 ($900). In addition to today's Note 4 announcement, Samsung has also confirmed that the Galaxy Note Edge will be released in select markets with UK availability to be revealed soon.

Best Android Devices for Mobile Gaming

If you haven't noticed, mobile games are on a bit of a tear as of late. Actually, they've been on a bit of a tear for the last several years. And there doesn't appear to be any end in sight.

Last year alone, mobile games accounted for $14.9 billion in revenue, with so-called “midcore” games accounting for $3.8 billion of that total. Mobile games are incredibly popular, and the numbers show that gamers aren't just interested in simple titles like “Candy Crush;” they're seeking a more robust user experience, with improved graphics and more involved gameplay.

This increase in the popularity of midcore game titles has been made possible in part through improvements in mobile technology. When smartphones first hit the market around 2007, graphics capabilities were limited. As such, a lot of the mobile titles at the time relied on relatively rudimentary graphics. With the advent of such mobile technologies as Snapdragon's mobile processor, manufactured by computing giant Qualcomm, this is no longer the case.

iPhone 6 or Note 4 - Which is better for gaming?

The devices below can provide a gaming experience not all that different from what is currently available on console devices (cue the hardcore gamers interjecting). If you're a gamer and in the market for an Android mobile device, you can't beat these options.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
One of the newest smartphones on the market, the Galaxy Note Edge is unique in that its screen extends over the bezel of the phone, providing for an all-new user experience and navigation functionality. Beyond the clever screen design, however, the Galaxy Note Edge is also an incredibly powerful device. With Snapdragon's mobile processor – the latest 805 series, specifically – it is the smartphone of choice for gamers. This device is one of the few on the market that can support 4K Ultra HD graphics – it is, simply, revolutionary.

LG G3
With a large, edge-to-edge display that has brilliantly clear colors and high resolution, the LG G3 is a tremendously appealing device for gamers. With a Snapdragon 801 processor, the G3 enables an advanced mobile gaming experience. The processor supports 3D gaming and incredible graphics performance while preserving power for improved battery life over time. The LG G3 is the rare device that manages to offer it all – performance, usability, and looks.

Sony Experia Z3 Tablet
Slotting right in between traditional 10” tablets and smartphones with their 4”, 4.5” and even 6” displays, the 8” Sony Experia Z3 tablet is perfect for gamers who are looking for a device that will meet all of their gaming needs – yet can easily be thrown into a carry-all, backpack, purse or briefcase. And perfect for gamers the Experia Z3 is. With Snapdragon's 801 mobile processor, the Experia Z3 supports Sony's PS4 Remote Play2. If that isn't evidence that the device has been built with gamers in mind, what is?

Amazon Kindle HDX 8.9
The Amazon Kindle is a device not short on features or performance. With Snapdragon's 800 mobile processor, the Kindle supports 4K Ultra HD video playback and capture, and provides incredible graphics and gaming performance. Beyond that, the Kindle HDX 8.9 is an incredibly useful and appealing tablet. With apps, software and hardware all in close harmony with one another, it provides an intuitive, satisfying and complete user experience.

For Gamers, the Choices are Many
Now is the time to be a gamer. Console devices are more powerful than ever, yes, but what's perhaps even more impressive is how robust the mobile gaming experience has become. For many, mobile gaming is simply gaming – there's no need for any distinction. And this is because the capabilities of mobile devices continue to improve. Snapdragon's mobile processor allows for faster speeds, more colors, and better graphics, and displays are finally being built that can make best use of these graphics. Ultra HD displays in your pocket; who would have thought?

Samsung launches Galaxy S5 Mini in India at Rs 26,499 through Flipkart

Samsung has launched the mini version of its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone in India. The Galaxy S5 Mini is available from September 10 at a price of Rs. 26,499 ($435) exclusively only on Flipkart. The smartphone will be available in four trendy colours – charcoal Black, shimmery White, electric Blue and copper Gold. This is not the first time Flipkart scores exclusivity on a high-profile device. Back in February, the retailer did the same exercise with Motorola’s budget-friendly Moto G.

The Galaxy S5 Mini features a 4.5-inch HD (720x1280 pixels) Super AMOLED display. It is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz clubbed with 1.5GB of RAM. The Galaxy S5 on the other hand is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor.

Android

The device is water and dust resistance. Samsung has addressed the increasing demands of customers for extended battery life by using Samsung’s low-power, Super AMOLED display technology that requires very little power, but still keeps images bright and sharp at HD resolution.
It runs Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box and packs 16GB of inbuilt storage which is further expandable up to 64GB via microSD card. The Galaxy S5 mini sports an 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash and there is a 2.1-megapixel front camera also on board.

The Galaxy S5 Mini packs a 2100mAh battery and measures 131.1x64.8x9.1mm, while weighs 120 grams. Some of the other sensors on the Galaxy S5 mini include an accelerometer, digital compass, gyro, proximity, and ambient light sensor. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Micro-USB, A-GPS, GLONASS, 3G and IR Remote.

You can buy Samsung Galaxy Alpha in UK now

Popular UK online retailer Carphone Warehouse has today confirmed the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is now available both in-store and online from £33($54) a month on supporting networks with no upfront fee. The 4.7-inch smartphone from Samsung is an interesting departure from its usual design, utilizing metals and other components. Samsung Galaxy Alpha is currently available in black and white, but on October 3 you'll also get to choose from two additional hues: silver and blue, which is being exclusive to Carphone Warehouse).

Sim free Samsung Galaxy Alpha Price

If you'd rather go the SIM-free route, for now your only choice seems to be Unlocked Mobiles. This retailer is asking for £499.87 ($810) for a Samsung Galaxy Alpha sans any operator commitments. Clove and Expansys are also going to offer it in SIM-free form, but it's still unclear when.

You can also get exclusive gold Galaxy Alpha in the UK by Phones 4u. Although you can currently order one from this retailer's website, it's unclear if it's already in stock or not. To pay nothing upfront, you'll need to choose a two-year plan that will set you back at least £34.50 ($56) per month.

 
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