A little under four months since it announced the forthcoming launch of its first lot of self-branded smartphones, TCL Communication, a company better known for its range of well-made cheap television sets, has released two of these devices in Australia.
TCL Communication has announced three new Alcatel smartphones which will be available in Australia from next week, all priced below $200.
Smart watches have come of age, with the latest being a sub-$200 model called the MOVETIME Family Watch, letting parents stay in touch with 4G calls, video calls, photo sharing, messaging and GPS tracking.
Australia's smartphone shipments fell by 9% in 2018 compared to the previous calendar year, the analyst firm IDC said, adding that this was the largest decline seen so far. But Alcatel claims it bucked this trend, selling almost a million devices.
Australia's no.3 smartphone seller, according to IDC stats, is Alcatel, and it has challenged the industry to show "greater accountability as misleading claims threaten the credibility of the mobile phone category in Australia".
All Australian Alcatel smartphones will be pre-loaded with the Australian made, cloud-based family, Internet and device-access protection software Family Zone from now on.
It is a sad day when we are talking about spyware on smartphones sending personally identifiable information to China and the fact that some global companies think it is OK to take security and privacy away from consumers.
A relatively unknown brand Alcatel — except to Rabbitohs fans — has maintained its number three position by volume of handsets shipped, according to IDC’s quarterly mobile phone tracker.
There are lies, damned lies and statistics, according to former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Alcatel’s Australian boss Sam Skontos has called out recent smartphone market share reports – especially about how the data is collected.
Smartphones and tablet maker Alcatel has gained #3 position in the Australian handset market - close to 10% overall market share.
Alcatel released its flagship IDOL 4 series at the Mobile World Congress – this extreme value smartphone puts many makers to shame and shows what can be done without sacrificing quality.
Alcatel OneTouch has changed its name to just Alcatel. The move makes sense because there are many Alcatel companies operating in the enterprise space! Its mobile phones are now 100% Consumer focused devices.
Selling 120 million phones annually from two dedicated factories, Alcatel OneTouch is No.4 in Aussie phone sales through great quality at affordable prices.
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