The Alcatel OT-800 One Touch Tribe was released in the market in July 2009. It was released as a basic model, and has basic features like SMS, Calling, Radio, Bluetooth etc.
Hardware and Software
The Alcatel OT-800 One Touch Tribe is a very basic phone model and runs on a Java based operating system. The memory of the unlocked cellphone can be expanded up to 4 GB of storing media such as video and audio. The device boasts of 20 MB of internal storage for installing applications and storing items. You can also keep various call records and the phonebook is also available, and can store up to 800 phone entries. There is no 3.5 mm jack slot is provided for inserting the headphones.
Design and display
The unlocked cellphone weighs just 103 grams with the dimensions of 111 x 58.2 x 13.9 mm. The user has to insert a mini SIM inside the phone to make it function. The screen size of the device is 2.2 inches, with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The screen to body ratio is 23.2% with a pixel density of 182 ppi.
Camera & Battery
There is a 2 MP rear-facing camera available in the Alcatel OT-800 One Touch Tribe for clicking photographs, capable of taking photos, and can record videos of decent quality. An 850 mAh battery can be found used in the device, and being a basic phone model, the battery can last the device 1-2 days, and can provide up to 450 hours of standby time.
- Alcatel OT-800 One Touch Tribe