Alcatel Pop C1

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Alcatel Pop C1
Manufacturer TCL Communication
publication March 2014
Technical specifications
display 3.5 ″ diagonal
320 × 480  pixels , 165  ppi
Main camera 2 MP ;
480p at 20 fps
Front camera no
Operating system at launch Google Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
Current operating system Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
System-on-a-chip MediaTek MT6572M
processor 2 × 1 GHz
R.A.M. 512 MB LPDDR2 266 MHz
Graphics processor ARM Mali-400 MP1 (1 × 400 MHz)
Internal memory 4 GB eMMC
Memory card up to 32 GB with microSD card

Accelerometer , proximity sensor , ambient light sensor

Cellular networks

3G- UMTS and HSPA +

Further radio connections

Micro-USB , 3.5 mm jack plug

Type 1300 mAh mAh Li-ion
Changeable Yes
Battery life
(according to manufacturer)
Max. 433 hours ( 2G / stand-by)
max. 325 hours ( 3G / stand-by)
Talk time
(according to manufacturer)
Max. 6.8 hours (2G network)
max. 2.8 hours (3G network)
measures and weight
Dimensions ( H × W × D ) 112.5 mm × 62 mm × 11.95 mm
Weight 100 g

Price of around $ 15

The Pop C1 is an entry-level smartphone from the “Alcatel One Touch” brand, which is sold by TCL Communication . It was presented in March 2014. What makes it special is that in America, Best Buy retailers sell it for $ 10-20 .

The Pop C1 comes with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean .


The Alcatel Pop C1 has a 3.5 inch (8.89 cm) TFT - LC display with a resolution of 320 × 480 pixels (approx. 165 ppi pixel density ) and a color space of 262,144 colors.
The touch screen does not support multi-touch - gestures .


The camera of the Pop C1 shoots pictures with a resolution of 2 megapixels. Videos takes its camera in 480p at a frame rate of 20 fps. The Pop C1 does not have a front camera or LED flash.


As with most smartphones, the C1's display takes up most of the front of the device. Below that are three touch-sensitive buttons for back, home screen and multitasking. In the center of the back is an "Alcatel One Touch" logo. On the left above is the camera. To the right of the camera is the speaker.

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