Alcatel One Touch Pop 4 5051D

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Alcatel One Touch Pop 4 5051D
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Based on 12 expert reviews
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By Know Your Mobile on 50

Just like the Alcatel Pixi 4, the Alcatel Pop 4 sacrifices too much at the altar of ultra-low pricing, necessitating massive compromises which really impact on the overall experience. Once again, you're going to get wound up by the sluggish performance...

By gogi.in on 80

This is Alcatel POP 4 review. This is a Wi-Fi + 4G tablet powered by octa core processor. This tablet comes with a Bluetooth Keyboard, you can use it with the tablet, attach it on the tablet mount. POP 4 is an Android Tablet running Marshmallow out of...

By Gadgets360 on 60

With the decline in the Android tablet market, there are very few options to choose from. Alcatel has managed to get a few things right with the Pop4, such as its full-HD display and front-firing stereo speakers, and it's decent for entertainment. Most...

By TopNewReview on 80

We're not saying this is a fantastic phone, but if you definitely don't want to pay any more, it's good enough to be worth...

By gadgetynews.com on 81

This is quite a well accomplished mid-ranger.It looks nice with its unchallenging face and lovely rear. The gold finish is really eye-catching, for all the right reasons.The 6-inch screen sits nicely in the hand and the UI is friendly. The phone flicks...

By CoolSmartphone on 89

Available for really not-that-much money, you're getting a lot for your money. A decent-ish camera, a great 6" screen, nice build quality and a powerful...

By Expert Reviews on 60

The Alcatel Pop 4 is a good budget smartphone, then, but isn't the one I'd pick, and that's mainly due to the strength of its immediate rivals.The phone's internals are virtually identical to the Vodafone Smart Prime 7, and its performance very similar,...

By MobilePhones on 80

Earlier in this Alcatel Pop 4 review we compared this phone to the Lenovo K5 Vibe. And, while the Lenovo may have slightly better hardware, the Alcatel has the latest version of Android. For non-gamers, this will probably be enough to convince them...

By techguide.com.au on 80

The Alcatel Pop 4's design, features and performance are better than anything you'd expect from a smartphone that costs just $119. It can certainly hold its own against far more expensive devices making it one of the best value smartphones money can...

By FoneArena on

Overall, the Alcatel POP 4 10 4G is a decent tablet. Even with few misses including ambient light sensor, support for fast charging and old Android Marshmallow OS, this is a decent mid-range tablet with 4G and voice calling support, a large screen and a...

By gadgetscentral.co.uk on

Cheap Android phones don't always have to be bad. In fact, phones such as the Alcatel Pixi 4 and the Alcatel Pop 4 I'm reviewing here, prove that you can get by these days with a phone costing a fraction the price of a...

By gadgetexplained.com on

POP 4's 8mm thin shell has curved corners and a customizable back covermeasures 151 x 77 x 7,99 mmfront facing flash and capacitive touch butonsAs far as the POP 4's main features, you get a high-definition 720p resolution, 8GB of internal phone...

By techguide.com.au on

The Alcatel Pop 4's design, features and performance are better than anything you'd expect from a smartphone that costs just $119.It can certainly hold its own against far more expensive devices making it one of the best value smartphones money can...

By GSMArena on

Alcatel has brought the whole family to this year's MWC - two Idol 4 phones, Pixis of all sizes and even a Windows 10 hybrid laptop. The phones really like to party and have dedicated Boom button, which turns up the sound, launches the camera (and dose...