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Alcatel one touch fire review

by Mike ShiangalaSeptember 24, 2016

Alcatel One Touch Fire is a budget smartphone announced on February of 2013 and released on July the same year.
Also known as as
Alcatel One Touch Fire 4012A/Alcatel One Touch Fire 4012X,this feature phone is powered by a Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon S1 chipset.

Alcatel One Touch Fire’s design is similar to that of an iphone 4 with 50.9% screen to body ratio.

Although there are other smartphones with better features than this one,this phone might still be perfect for highschool students,old people & first time smartphone owners due to its simplicity.

Display

Size:3.5 inches (50.9% Screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution:320X480 pixels

Type:TFT Capacitive Touchscreen,256K colors

Memory

160mb,512mbROM,256mbRAM(Internal)
upto 32GB MicroSD

Camera

Primary:3.15mp

Video:480p @ 30fps

Features:Geo-tagging

Sound

35mm Jack

Loudspeaker

Alert types:Vibration,Mp3,ringtone

Connection

Bluetooth v3.0

GPS,A-GPS

Fm Radio

MicroUSB v2.0

Wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n

Battery

Removable Li-ion 1400mAH

Stand-by:Up to 280h (2G),220h (3G)

Talktime:Up to 6h 40min(2G),3h (3G)

Features

Sensors:Accelerometer,Proximity

Browser:HTML5

Messaging:SMS,Email,IM

-Mp3/AAC+ OGG player

-Mp4/H.264 player

-Photo viewer

-Predictive txt input

About The Author
Mike Shiangala

Techprenuer/internet marketer born and raised in Kenya with an ever developing love for Smartphones and Technology in general.