Back in February, when I visited Alcatel’s booth at MWC 2011, it was full of budget-friendly featurephones and smartphones, most of them bearing the OneTouch brand (like the OneTouch 990), and I had no idea Alcatel wants to enter the tablet market, too. But it does.
Behold the Alcatel OneTouch T60, a tablet that was approved by the FCC earlier today. The T60 currently runs Android 2.2 Froyo, and features North American 3G connectivity (850 / 1900 MHz), Wi-Fi, GPS, Google Maps, 3.5mm headset jack, 3MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, and MicroSD card support.
The tablet’s display seems to measure 7 inches.
Since Alcatel phones are usually affordable, the OneTouch T60 tablet shouldn’t cost too much, either. Unfortunately, there’s no word on when or where the tablet will be released.
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