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Android Headlines

Form & function for under $200

Alcatel Idol 5

from Android Headlines

Alcatel isn’t known for making the most premium smartphones on the market, but that hasn’t stopped them from delivering a good quality smartphone. The Idol 5 is a great device and it only costs $200 at full retail, and that’s a huge plus, if you’re willing to switch to Cricket, or if you’re already on Cricket.

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Alcatel isn’t known for making the most premium smartphones on the market, but that hasn’t stopped them from delivering a good quality smartphone. The Idol 5 is a great device and it only costs $200 at full retail, and that’s a huge plus, if you’re willing to switch to Cricket, or if you’re already on Cricket.

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G Style Magazine

Wouldn’t be a bad device to pickup

Alcatel Idol 5

from G Style Magazine

For $200 you are getting a smartphone that feels well crafted and not cheap. It has great sounding dual speakers; natural feeling display and quick charging for battery life.

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For $200 you are getting a smartphone that feels well crafted and not cheap. It has great sounding dual speakers; natural feeling display and quick charging for battery life.

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Phone Scoop

Premium feel on a budget

Alcatel Idol 5

from Phone Scoop

Alcatel did a fine job with the Idol 5. The handset is attractive, made from quality materials, and delivers the right mix of value for the dollar.

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Alcatel did a fine job with the Idol 5. The handset is attractive, made from quality materials, and delivers the right mix of value for the dollar.

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PhoneArena

Another middle-of-the-road option for those on a budget

Alcatel Idol 5

from PhoneArena

It's a tossup because the Idol 5 is indeed VR ready from the get-go, offers an atypical premium design for its category, and customizations to the software that help to make it even more useful than stock.

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It's a tossup because the Idol 5 is indeed VR ready from the get-go, offers an atypical premium design for its category, and customizations to the software that help to make it even more useful than stock.

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Android Central

One of Cricket's best

Alcatel Idol 5

from Android Central

Alcatel's Idol 5 has a lot of good things going for it, and it comes in at a price point that's accessible to a wide array of different people – as long as you're on Cricket. The phone is an exclusive to the AT&T-powered MVNO, and if you're already on the network, it's a great buy.

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Alcatel's Idol 5 has a lot of good things going for it, and it comes in at a price point that's accessible to a wide array of different people – as long as you're on Cricket. The phone is an exclusive to the AT&T-powered MVNO, and if you're already on the network, it's a great buy.

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Mobile Syrup

A great budget smartphone, that gets the job done -- eventually

Alcatel A50

from Mobile Syrup

The A50 is a great starter smartphone. It’s perfect for parents looking to buy their middle school-aged children an inexpensive, but capable phone. It’s a perfect replacement for lost or damaged devices.

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The A50 is a great starter smartphone. It’s perfect for parents looking to buy their middle school-aged children an inexpensive, but capable phone. It’s a perfect replacement for lost or damaged devices.

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PC Magazine

Solid network connectivity and a big screen for a reasonable price

Alcatel A30 Plus

from PC Magazine

The Alcatel A30 Plus is an inexpensive Amazon-exclusive phone with a big, bright screen and good network connectivity, but its performance leaves something to be desired.

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The Alcatel A30 Plus is an inexpensive Amazon-exclusive phone with a big, bright screen and good network connectivity, but its performance leaves something to be desired.

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Absolute Geeks

Colourful yet underwhelming

Alcatel A50

from Absolute Geeks

While the Light Show and Colour Changer apps offer something new to mobile technology, the A5 itself doesn’t do much to excite phone users. I’ve found more negative aspects of the phone rather than positive and that’s just not how you want to feel about a phone that looks as neat as the A5 does.

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While the Light Show and Colour Changer apps offer something new to mobile technology, the A5 itself doesn’t do much to excite phone users. I’ve found more negative aspects of the phone rather than positive and that’s just not how you want to feel about a phone that looks as neat as the A5 does.

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PC Magazine

A lot going for it with its slimmer design, solid hardware, and VR support

Alcatel Idol 5

from PC Magazine

The Alcatel Idol 5 for Cricket has an attractive design, solid specs, and pairs with an optional companion headset to deliver an affordable VR experience.

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The Alcatel Idol 5 for Cricket has an attractive design, solid specs, and pairs with an optional companion headset to deliver an affordable VR experience.

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Tom's Guide

A blah budget phone

Alcatel A30 Plus

from Tom's Guide

The A30 Plus isn't offensively flawed in any way, but when the competition is pushing more value across the board, it becomes much harder to recommend this phone. For the same price as the unlocked A30 Plus, you can have the Moto E4, which we prefer for its fingerprint sensor, more vibrant display, better software experience and tasteful design.

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The A30 Plus isn't offensively flawed in any way, but when the competition is pushing more value across the board, it becomes much harder to recommend this phone. For the same price as the unlocked A30 Plus, you can have the Moto E4, which we prefer for its fingerprint sensor, more vibrant display, better software experience and tasteful design.

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Nice larger screen , but...I should have gotten a LG K-& !! This one mutes by mistake when on speaker phone mode then the call is disconnected one way or another (painful issue) plus the frequents box appears (always) so you can never miss the accidental opportunity to call people when your ear touches the box. That's just 2 of the annoyances.
Nice larger screen , but...I should have gotten a LG K-& !! This one mutes by mistake when on speaker phone mode then the call is disconnected one way or another (painful issue) plus the frequents box appears (always) so you can never miss the accidental opportunity to call people when your ear touches the box. That's just 2 of the annoyances. Less
David

I have had this phone for a LONG time .... it works perfectly for me, can send/receive gmail email, take and send and receive photos. battery is quite

Alcatel One Touch Fling

Mine is a Net10 phone ... but after one year's continuous paid service, they will unlock it which means the world's my oyster, not just restricted to the USA as are all other Verizon, AT&T, etc, phones. IO travel in Europe and there the phone companies are interested in what the CUSTOMER wants ... a strange concept for an American phone company!!!
Mine is a Net10 phone ... but after one year's continuous paid service, they will unlock it which means the world's my oyster, not just restricted to the USA as are all other Verizon, AT&T, etc, phones. IO travel in Europe and there the phone companies are interested in what the CUSTOMER wants ... a strange concept for an American phone company!!! Less
bill

small phone easy to use and not hard to chuck away and buy a new one

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Rae

Fine but You'll Never find A Case For It!

Alcatel Pixi 4 (4.5)

This phone is pretty decent as a low-end phone and I actually like the way it is set up, however I have been searching for weeks for a case for it and nothing! Not even the stores themselves that sold this phone to me have cases for this pixi 4 4.5" display phone.
Glenn

This is the worst phone I have ever had! It is difficult to figure out, complicated to understand. It is not intuitive or of good quality. I would NOT

Alcatel Pixi 4 (4.5)

This is the worst phone I have ever waisted my money on. It is Not intuitive or even user friendly,  it is difficult to understand and I would NOT RECOMMEND THIS PHONE TO ANYONE! I HATED IT!

Yvonne

Phone is terrible keeps jamming constantly. Waste of money.

Khadaffi

Horr-ruh-bul.

Alcatel Tru

The battery life is world class terrible. I'm very serious. The phone takes forever to charge, but, it takes little to no time at all to die. Unless you plan on only using this phone to make calls, I seriously and adamantly stress that you not buy this phone.
Frank

Best phone I ever owned

Alcatel One Touch Pop Icon

I've read the other reviews and they are pretty much the same, bad!  But, myself personally don't see it this way. I have literally owned around 60 cell phones by now, no exaggeration. I am very computer and tech savvy, so no dummy here.  Out of the vast array of phones I've used, my favorites were t...More
I've read the other reviews and they are pretty much the same, bad!  But, myself personally don't see it this way. I have literally owned around 60 cell phones by now, no exaggeration. I am very computer and tech savvy, so no dummy here.  Out of the vast array of phones I've used, my favorites were the good ole Razor, Samsung Motorola E, and now this Alcatel One Touch Pop Icon, yes the name is goofy but it doesn't deserve this harsh criticism it's receiving. This baby has a great camera w/HD, Panorama etc, a Quad Core processor, sufficient memory and speed. I can run several apps at once with little lag. Ok, so you can't save to the micro memory card, that's a stupid oversight from Alcatel, but regardless this phone has been amazing, fast, easy to use and it's loaded with awesome features. I bought a nice little black snap together cover for it and the phone is still slim, I love the way it feels in my hand, it's an all around really nice and tough cell phone. Take it from me, I've actually driven off with cell phones on the roof if my car about 4 times already, so I know what tough includes. I bought this phone from Total Wireless for $20.00 and for $35.00 a month I get unlimited everything, no joke, now that's a deal let me tell you!  Google it up for yourself and see. Enjoy it like I do mine. Frank Fresh North Jersey.  Less
Basic phone - The battery from day 1 when it was fully charged as per instructions only lasts a few hours on standby. Nowhere near the 5 days claimed. This is a major problem. Also, when entering text, it is not intuitive. Every time I want a capital letter to appear at the beginning of a word I h...More
Basic phone - The battery from day 1 when it was fully charged as per instructions only lasts a few hours on standby. Nowhere near the 5 days claimed. This is a major problem. Also, when entering text, it is not intuitive. Every time I want a capital letter to appear at the beginning of a word I have to go into the options and keep switching it to "Abc". There is no quick function on the keyboard to do this. I'm thinking of getting a new phone and switching the simm card over. Less
So-called 5MP camera is poor quality CMOS. More like 2MP. No 'magnet' for compass apps. Small keypad keys - Inaccurate. Hangs easily. Often touch screen does not respond.
J

This phone is no good

Alcatel Authority

The battery dies very quickly, as it is of the cheap, hokey variety

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