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MWC 2019: Turns out Alcatel do have a 5G phone - but it probably won't be coming to Australia this year
We visited the Alcatel booth at this year's Mobile World Congress and were pleasantly surprised to discover do indeed have some 5G hardware on the way, it just probably won't be coming to Australia until early 2020.
Alcatel have unveiled the new Alcatel 3, Alcatel 3L and Alcatel 1S at this year's Mobile World Congress.
Alcatel has shown off updated versions of their Alcatel 1X and Alcatel 1C smartphones and given CES attendees a sneak peek of what their connection with TCL could bring to future hardware.
Alcatel has renewed their partnership with the Sydney Rabbitohs, revealed strong 2018 growth and talked up their plans for 2019.
Alcatel has launched the Telstra Essential 8" tab, an affordable tablet for families.
TCL and Alcatel tell us that their “first consumer-ready devices” are “expected to arrive in 2020” and that affordability will be a focus.
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This year, Alcatel brought a bevy of new mobile devices to show off at this year's Mobile World Congress
MWC doesn't officially kick off for another two days but don't tell Alcatel, who officially debuted their 2018 product portfolio last night.
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