Most (if not all) of the phones released lately under the Alcatel brand are entry-level devices, and the new Alcatel OT-808 makes no exception. However, the OT-808 is not your everyday entry-level phone – at least not when it comes to design.
The OT-808 is a clamshell with a “netbook look and feel” – it features a full QWERTY keypad, a 2.4 inch QVGA internal display, and a 1.1 inch external monochrome OLED display with 128 x 36 pixels.
The phone also comes with social networking integration, email, IM, Opera Mini browser, Bluetooth 2.0, FM radio, 2MP camera, and dual-band GSM connectivity.
Alcatel OT-808 should cost about $125, but we don’t know where exactly it’s available.
Via Bluetooth SIG
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