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Alcatel Promise Speed, Security And Style With A3 XL

Initially announced at this year’s CES, Alcatel have now released Australian pricing and availability for their latest phablet, the A3 XL.

Coming in at a sub-$200 price, the device features  a 6-inch high definition display and enhanced speakers powered by Arkamys.

The A3 XL runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and touts a 3000mAh battery and 2GBs of RAM paired with 16GBs of on-board storage.

It’s even got a nifty set of dual-flash cameras (8-megapixels on the back and 5-megapixels on the front) along with a 1.1Ghz quad-core processor to keep things snappy.

“At Alcatel, our mission is to make smartphones more affordable, accessible and fun for people everywhere. We’ve done that with the Alcatel A3 XL – it’s a compelling option for anyone seeking a fully featured device, without blowing a hole in their budget. The added extra security fingerprint feature, expected in higher end mobile devices, provides added security and peace-of-mind”, said David Vieira, Product & Marketing Director, Alcatel Mobile.

The grey and silver variants of the phone will arrive through Vodafone at an RRP of $199 from July.

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