Alcatel OneTouch has decided to step into the Windows device market, announcing the launch of their first Windows tablet, the Pixi 3 8 during CES 2016.

However, they aren’t announcing much about that device just yet, only revealing that it will run on Windows 10 Mobile and will feature an 8-inch display. Alcatel is stating that it will include GPS, a TV remote control, and voice calling support.

We don’t know pricing or shipping dates yet either.


Thankfully that’s not all. Alcatel OneTouch also announced their new Pixi 4 family of devices, which include a 3.5 inch and 4-inch smartphone, alongside a 6-inch phablet and 7-inch tablet.

Sadly we don’t know much about these devices either, with Alcatel simply stating that they are “premium entry-level devices offering a comprehensive user experience in design, audio, camera and battery life.”

CareTimeFinally they teased us with the introduction of the CareTIme Children’s Watch, which will allow parents to call or send voice messages to their children without having to give them a mobile device.

The watch is also able to reply and make calls to pre-set contacts, and their is a GPS locator in-built to allow parents to track their children, including support for an app that will notify the parent if their child enters or leaves a predetermined safe zone.

You can find out more about the devices at the source link below.

(Sorry about the image quality, we can only work with what we are given)

Source: Alcatel OneTouch

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