It has become a trend for manufacturers to release 7-inch tablets that are also highly portable and price friendly. Alcatel’s latest addition to the 7 inch tablet market is called the One Touch Evo 7. The device was not meant to compete with high-end devices like the Nexus 7, but rather be priced very appealing and offer a good design and features.
The Alcatel One Touch Evo 7 has a very appealing design and it comes with a number of accessories especially designed for it. The tablet is presented as a “modular tablet”, as it comes with an optional 3G module for connectivity that is housed in the removable frame that comes in many colors. Without it the tablet offers Wi-Fi connectivity.
The One Touch Evo 7 runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with no word about a possible upgrade to Jelly Bean. Its hardware configuration is modest at best. It has a 7-inch screen of unknown resolution. It is powered by a 1 Ghz CPU and 1GB of RAM. There is a front-facing camera, and MicroSD card slot for memory expansion. The manufacturer did not reveal pricing and availability details, though it is expected to come very soon.