The 3L, priced at $199, has 4Gb of RAM and 64Gb of storage, an octa-core processor and a 6.22-inch HD screen.
It has security in the shape of a face key and fingerprint sensor.
The other two devices, the 1V and the 1B, are priced at $149 and $99 respectively. The former has a 6.22-inch screen. The 1B runs the Android Go operating system which has been created for lower-spec devices.
The Alcatel 1V.
"I believe the Alcatel 3L brings to life everything we believe in, packing some serious punch in a device I believe is the best ‘bang for buck’ smartphone on the market today.
“To be able to introduce such great options at three critical sub-$200 prices shows the impact that our manufacturing capabilities can have in ensuring Australians have access to the latest technology without breaking the bank.”
The Alcatel 1B has a quad-core processor and up to 2GB RAM. It has a 5.5-inch HD+ 18:9 display.
The three devices are available for sale at Vodafone stores from 20 May. The 3L comes with a Vodafone SIM pack valued at $40.