Based on Google's latest operating system: Android 5.0 Lollipop, Alcatel OneTouch Pop (10) made its appearance on company's official website. Apparently, device had seen light of the day during Consumer Electronics Show 2015, which was held in Las Vegas last week. To remind you, this TCL-owned firm had also showcased its Pop series smartphones such as Pop 2 (5) Premium, Pop 2 (5), Pop 2 (4) and a smartwatch at ledges of event.
Talking about new heir of Android Lollipop tab family, which features a 10-inch IPS display, however its pixel resolution is yet-unknown. In terms of imaging, device incorporates a 5-megapixel camera on its rear panel and also bestows a selfie snapper of 2-megapixel.
As per listing, handheld is equipped with a Quad core processor that is clocked at 1.2 GHz operating frequency, but its chipset has not been mentioned. Memory-wise, gadget is armed with 1GB RAM alongside 8GB of internal storage. Interestingly, device is decked with 4G LTE connectivity option along with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 functionalities.
Notably, tablet can be converted into a laptop by pairing it with a well-designed keyboard dock, which has been specially crafted by the firm to provide a pleasant user-experience and boasted as quite ergonomic. One Touch Pop (10) is power packed with a 4600mAh battery that looks promising to render a sufficient lifespan for browsing, gaming and other necessities.
Though, corporation is still tight-lipped about tab's pricing and availability details, but a report from Technobuffalo is suggesting its arrival in array of budget-friendly devices.