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For its ultra-low price, Alcatel’s Pixi 4 comes with a whale of a chipset that’ll let you surf, snap, swipe and tap to your heart’s content. The strength of the Pixi 4 is the quad-core processor that gives 1.3 GHz of power – more than generous for a budget phone.
You also get a decent 1 GB of RAM that should handle most apps if you’re a light user, and it comes with a pretty large 4 GB of storage for holding all your photos, files and apps. Even better though, this can be expanded via a micro SD card by 32 GB, ensuring you’ll never run out of space, letting you take pictures with the 2 MP rear and VGA front cameras.
Often, ultra-budget mobile manufacturers will only include 2G connections and Wi-Fi with their handsets, but the Alcatel Pixi 4 bucks this trend, offering a 3G connection, fast Bluetooth and the ability to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot – useful if you every find yourself in a spot of bother and need to connect, fast.
This means you can surf the net, download files and so forth really quickly if you’re in an area with 3G coverage, and this is something only usually reserved for owners of devices with more expensive models. If you use a music streaming service like Spotify it’s also up to the task, although if you’re a traditionalist, you can use the on-board FM radio – something that’s absent from many devices.