Alcatel Pixi 4 announced for Canada, to sell via most carriers in the region
For those that might not know, Alcatel has an entry level device called the PIXI 4 in its line-up and for the people of Canada that have been eyeing this one from a far point, there is good news for you in the sense that there is official news to suggest that it would be coming to your markets sooner than later too.
If you are a carrier based person, don’t worry about availability issues as it would spread through the major carriers in the region such as Bell, TELUS, Videotron, Wind Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Canada and Koodo. While they have not revealed what it would cost in the country, we believe that it would be coming on a contract plan that allows you to pick it up for free and commit to installmental payments in a two-year timeframe.
For the PIXI 4, we have an entry level device that has 4.5 inches of screen and under this is a quad core processor form QUALCOMM that can reach a clock speed of 1.1GHz. While it would run the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box, it would also commit to 1GB of RAM and use 8GB of internal storage space which can be brought up to 32GB.
Coming with LTE support also, the front is adorned with a 2MP snapper while on the back, there is no missing the 5MP unit there.
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