Alcatel OneTouch is back at it this CES with the introduced of a Windows 10 Mobile tablet and a Windows 10 Mobile phone. But no, it doesn’t mean that AOT is leaving Android. It’s been leaving some tasty treats over the past year or so like the Idol 3 and the Go Play.

This year, we’re looking at a deluge of budget smartphones, some going against the grain of 5+ inch screens. Some have front-facing flashes. What all of them have are special (back-facing) speakers tuned by French sound engineering firm Arkamys and Polaroid photo filters.

There are models sizing up to 3.5 inches, 4 inches, 6 inches and a tablet coming on 7 inches. The 4-, 6- and 7-inch devices get a “powerful quad-core processor.” The 4- and 6-inch devices are equipped with that front flashers. The 6- and 7-inch devices look to have multi-window functionality of a sort. The 7-inch tablet is voice-call enabled, IP52 ingress protection and HERE Maps pre-loaded.

No word on exact pricing or availability just yet.

Source: Alcatel OneTouch

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