With 4G service now live on the Boost Mobile network, the company has added the first ever 4G handset to their pre-paid line up with the Alcatel Quatro 4G mobile.
At just $99. the Alcatel Quatro 4G mobile is very much a budget friendly 4G handset that has been designed to ensure that it won’t break the bank but looking at the spec sheet, it has some pretty good specs for such a entry level device.
The full list of specs include:
- 4.5″ TFT WVGA Display (854 x 480)
- 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor
- 8GB Memory, expandable to 32Gb via microSD
- 5MP rear camera, VGA Front facing
- Android 4.4.2 (KitKat)
- Network Connectivity:
- 2G: 900/1800/1900/850 MHz
- 3G: 850/1900/2100 MHz
- 4G: 700/900/1800/2100/2600
- Dimensions: 132.2 x 65 x 9.95 mm @ 147 grams
Sadly we weren’t able to find out how much RAM the Alcatel Quatro 4G mobile is packing but we will try to get more info as soon as we can on this. Furthermore it is a little sad that the Quatro is running KitKat right out of the box and most likely, but not impossible, that it won’t see an update to Android 5.0 (Lollipop).
However if you are in the market for a budget 4G mobile phone and want a strong mobile network coverage, then the Boost Alcatel Quatro 4G mobile might be what you are looking for. The Alcatel Quatro 4G mobile is available to purchase from either the Boost Mobile website or third party local retailers such as JB HiFi, Big W and Target just to name a few for $99.