Alcatel OT-602 Review

Alcatel OT-602 does not belong to the group of smartphones. This does not mean that this phone is stupid, but only that it does not belong to the mainstream when it comes to the world of mobile telephony. It could even be said that the Alcatel OT-602 belongs to an endangered species. Alcatel is one of the few manufacturers to have its own vision of what the market needs and the Alcatel OT-602 are one of those models.
The Alcatel OT-602 comes as part of the already well-known One Touch series that has been on the market for years. The Alcatel OT-602 is a phone that with its 2.4-inch screen easily fits in any pocket and is affordable for every pocket. The screen is small, and so is the resolution (240 × 320 pixels), which is enough for a decent view of photos with a clear reading of the text. The brightness is quite good, and the angles at which it is possible to see the screen are above average for a device of this price range. The screen itself does not exude excessive-quality, so it requires stronger and more precise pressure in order to react.
When designing the Alcatel OT-602, it seems that a lot was looked at on Android, because the user interface is reminiscent of this popular operating system (drop-down menu for notifications, add-ons on the home page, but also the appearance of applications).
The Alcatel OT-602 has a 2-megapixel camera that is able to “produce” photos at a resolution of 1600 × 1200 pixels. Useful things include FM radio and social networking apps. The 3MB internal memory can be easily expanded with the help of a microSD card.
So, the Alcatel OT-602 offers quite a solid option and options for a price range that can be described as the lowest.

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