Alcatel announced the launch of its new POP4 10 LTE tablet in the Indian market. POP4 10 tablet offers a fully laminated 10.1-inch FHD display with an ultimate viewing experience. It is powered by Octa-Core Snapdragon 430 processor with 2GB of RAM. There is 16GB of onboard storage and a microSD card slot for expandable storage. It has 5GB of one-touch cloud storage for the user to backup important files online. Apart from it, POP4 10 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
Alcatel POP4 10 comes with an amazing 5830mAH long lasting battery to let you enjoy 7 hours of video streaming and 30 hours of talktime. With its compact form (7.95mm), the POP4 10 is one of the thinnest tabs with 10-point touch. It features a dual speaker with amazing Waves Maxx Audio. Connectivity options on this device are 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2.
Additionally, it comes with a pre-installed educational app on POP4 10 which contains all NCERT Books from Class 1 to 12 in English, Hindi & Urdu, which are accessible without an internet connection. The POP4 10 tablet will be available in India at Rs10,999 and will be to buy on Flipkart. It has a Special Launch Offer in which first 200 customers get to purchase Alcatel KB9030 Bluetooth Keyboard at just Re.1
Speaking at the launch, Mr. Praveen Valecha, Regional Director, Alcatel India said,
“Premium design and high performance are two of the most sought-after features by a tablet user. This tablet is designed to cater to the requirements of our consumers featuring a wonderful 10.1 FHD display and providing an incredible 4G LTE network with Snapdragon 430 Octa-Core processor. I am sure the Indian consumer will love our latest offerings ‘’
Mr Adarsh Menon, Head of Electronics and Private Lables, Flipkart, said,
“Larger screen tablet is a growing segment in India. With more and more media consumption on mobility devices, larger screen is gaining prominence. We are delighted to partner with Alcatel for the launch of POP4 10. It a perfect blend of productivity and entertainment packed into one device.”