Earlier this year at MWC 2018, a plentiful of budget smartphones were announced. Alcatel was one among many to target this market, but Alcatel 3V offers a bit more in exchange for your money as a means to differentiate.
Last week, Alcatel, a company we don’t do a whole lot of talking about, teased its MWC 2018 announcement in Barcelona. In the teaser image were three phones: Alcatel 5, Alcatel 3V and Alcatel 1X. The conference is just getting underway as we speak and the company has taken wraps off not three, but five new mid-range smartphones as follows: Alcatel 5, Alcatel 3V, Alcatel 3, Alcatel 3X, and Alcatel 1X.
MWC 2018 begins Monday in Barcelona, and Android manufacturers like Alcatel have begun teasing upcoming products. We’re expecting quite a few smartphones to be announced next week, including three from Alcatel.
MWC is an annual trade show typically held in late February or early March of every year. It’s where companies from all over the globe gather under a single roof to showcase their latest products, developments and projects. For many years now, the MWC conference, one of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA), has been in Barcelona, Spain. This year is no different.
This week is MWC 2018, an annual conference that will once again be held in beautiful Barcelona, Spain. We’ll have you covered wall-to-wall with all the coverage and hot stories you need in extensive fashion. Each year, companies gather from around the world to show their latest products and innovations, and this year should be no exception. In fact, companies we report on frequently here on Droid Turf have already confirmed and begun teasing their press conference announcement. Some that will be on the [Read More]
Next week we’ll be in Barcelona for MWC 2018, and we’re expecting a few Android smartphones to debut. Alcatel has teased three models, Samsung has a new flagship, Sony is bringing something curvy, and LG has a re-envisioned LG V30. But that’s not all. HTC will be at the event, and thanks to a recent leak, we now know what the Taiwan-headquartered manufacturer has been up to.
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
Amazon sells a range of smartphones via their online store, all over the world. The retailer stocks a selection of Prime-exclusive devices as well, where customers can pay less for a device in exchange for advertisements that show on one’s lock screen. Amazon recently added another five devices to this list.