Alcatel, which has a bit of an okey cokey attitude to the UK mobile phone market, seems definitely to be back ‘in’ after announcing a deal with leading Chinese phone manufacturer TCL, and the imminent arrival of the One Touch 655.
On sale now via its website and you’ll be able to pick it up through Virgin and The Carphone Warehouse later in the month, the OneTouch 756 is a chocolate bar style camera phone with a 262k colour screen. Other features include a VGA camera with an 8x zoom, video capture of up to 30 seconds and JPEG and GIF image format support. There are also MP3 ringtones, Java for downloading games and WAP and email compatibility. The triband handset has a talk time of nine hours and standby of 250 hours. Expect to pay in the region of £120 on a pay as you go contract for one.