Budget smartphone manufacturer Alcatel has just announced four new devices for the Australian market, and they’re all under $200. Alcatel purposely doesn’t play in the expensive smartphone space, leaving that market for the likes of Apple and Samsung. But the company is pushing to deliver premium functionality and inclusions in phones on the other end…
Last year, all the most exciting mobile phones were dirt cheap. For just a few hundred dollars, I could buy an amazing device without tying myself to a contract. So I convinced myself cheap phones were the future. Maybe they still are. But not Motorola’s Moto E. It isn’t nearly daring enough.