Alcatel launches Blaze series Android phones


You’ve got to admire Alcatel because they’ve survived in a very tough market and are still going. In fact, the company intends to embark on an ambitious journey of launching 20 new phone models by the end of the year. Their current count is at 13, and it seems like they’re not stopping, especially with the release of 3 new mobiles in their Blaze series.

All 3 mobiles come with Android Froyo 2.2 and feature the most commonly desired capabilities in  touchscreen phone: Wi-Fi, 3G+HSDPA, Bluetooth, G-Sensors, mp3/FM radio and expandable memories via microSD.

The OneTouch Blaze 906 has a 2.8-inch TFT display, comes with a 2MP camera and supports up to 32GB of microSD extended memory. Some of the pre-installed apps include Facebook, Twidroyd, MY Track and PC Suit.

Next up is the OneTouch Blaze Duo 890D, a dual SIM mobile with a 2.8-inch TFT display. It’s got a 2MP camera, GSM Quadband and EDGE. Memory can be maxed out to 16GB via microSD. The 890D also has Facebook, Twitter and Google Chrome.

Lastly is the OneTouch Blaze 990, which has a 3.5-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen. Surfing the web is done with Google Chrome and photos are taken with a 5MP camera.

Alcatel is holding a mid-year sale, and the mentioned prices below also apply to their other mobiles as well. The promo is in effect until the end of August.


OneTouch Blaze Duo 890D: Php 4,999

OneTouchBlaze 906: Php 6,399

OneTouch Blaze 990: Php 9,999