With the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 coming soon, smartphone vendors are expected to show up with new and innovative devices to conquer the mobile spectrum that has been getting crowded as of late. Alcatel OneTouch is one of the many manufacturers that are jumping in the bandwagon and announces that it is going to showcase a set of new line devices from a children's watch to a Windows 10-powered tablet at the CES show floor.
Alcatel OneTouch at Las Vegas' CES will be showcasing a new line-up of new products. The brand new line-up called PIXI 4 heralds in a slew of devices for different demographics. Included in the selection are 3.5-inch and 4-inch smartphones, a 6-inch phablet, as well as a 7-inch tablet. The company is tagging them as premium devices in the entry-level segment, which are designed to offer a comprehensive user experience in several aspects such as design, audio, camera and battery life.
"From concerned parents to first-time smartphone users, we have a device to fit every need," said Alcatel OneTouch Marketing Officer Dan Dery. "Our new line will be showcased at our booth at CES. We invite everyone for a hands-on trial of the devices to experience the excellent value we offer our consumers."
Furthermore, the company is also releasing an entry-level tablet that runs on Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile, optimized for tablets, the PIXI 3. The 8-inch tablet is set to offer customizations through Color Skins, as well as Flip Stand covers, and there are also ease of access controls and features such as a TV remote control, voice calling, GPS and a set of cameras.
Lastly, the CareTime Children's Watch, as its name suggests, is a device designed to keep children safe. It's a GPS tracking device that notifies parents whenever their children enter or leave a safe zone predetermined in a mapping application.