Alcatel Pixi 3 (4") Sim Free & Black 7" Tablet Bundle - £59 @ Tesco
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Alcatel Pixi 3 (4") Sim Free & Black 7" Tablet Bundle - £59 @ Tesco

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Found 25th Jan 2016
A simple, affordable smartphone perfect for calling or texting and weighing only 110g, it will not feel heavy in your pocket. The 4 inch colour screen makes the viewing experience much clearer and easy to navigate through the menu options.

The resolution on the Alcatel Pixi 3 (4") has been bumped up to 800 x 480 pixels, making it comfortable to navigate the menu, read messages, watch videos, browse the internet and do other tasks. Social Media communication has been taken care of with most of the popular apps already pre-installed making it a ready to use handset to start contacting your friends and family on different social and messaging platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter

The Alcatel Pixi 3 7" Wi Fi is a superb and compact tablet that is fitting for your pocket. With it's 7" display, viewing media on the Alcatel Pixi 7 is a great experience coupled with 1.3 Ghz dual core processor making browsing faster and offers fast speeds for watching movies, playing games and interacting with the world of apps. Also enjoy the best experience and quality with the latest Android version.

Make use of the 'connect app', an pre-embedded app that extends SMS, notifications, dialer and contacts from your phone to the tablet.
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Bought this bundle a few weeks ago and cannot grumble at all for the price
I paid £30 for the telephone handset on it's own during the ebay 20% event late last year so this is superb.
Shame the tablet only has 512mb ram, good deal though.
A bad tablet and a terrible phone - that is a well matched package. If this is all you can afford, go for it.

But once you have experienced a decent android device, you will not want to go back to an underpowered one like these.
Wouldn't it be better to go for the Amazon Fire and the Vodafone Smart for an extra tenner?

Much better tablet.
TheUrbis

Wouldn't it be better to go for the Amazon Fire and the Vodafone Smart … Wouldn't it be better to go for the Amazon Fire and the Vodafone Smart for an extra tenner?Much better tablet.



Probably?.

But Amazon Fire is priority, & Vodafone Phone is locked too, so .....

Kind of depends what your running with then I guess?, lol. :-)
amour3k

Probably?.But Amazon Fire is priority, & Vodafone Phone is locked too, so … Probably?.But Amazon Fire is priority, & Vodafone Phone is locked too, so .....Kind of depends what your running with then I guess?, lol. :-)



A few pound to unlock the Smart Ultra 6.

It depends on the budget
rev6

A few pound to unlock the Smart Ultra 6.It depends on the budget



Think they're referring to the first 6 and not the su6.

That would be £20 for the phone and £50 for the tablet.

I would say there is little difference between the phones, though the f6 probably would have less bloat and could run slightly better.

But tablet wise you'd get more, yes you'd have to add google play services etc but once done far more usable device.
Not that great a deal imo. Last year £59 could have bought you a linx 8 and a lumia 435. Voted hot still as its cheapest.
doncoop

Think they're referring to the first 6 and not the su6. That would be £20 … Think they're referring to the first 6 and not the su6. That would be £20 for the phone and £50 for the tablet.I would say there is little difference between the phones, though the f6 probably would have less bloat and could run slightly better.But tablet wise you'd get more, yes you'd have to add google play services etc but once done far more usable device.




I would deffor recommend Voda First 6 Android phone £19.99 and 99 pence to unlock and its a simple nice little phone I use mine to relay Spotify in my house as a remote.
Cheap doesn't always mean good. I'd say buyer beware. This is VERY low powered handset and tablet. I suspect after simply browsing for a while you will see lag with tablet and the phone will stutter and lag if you do anything more than caller text with it. Don't own any of them, but the specifications are Very poor. I suspect if being bought as a starter tablet and phone to introduce you to Android, you will think android is rubbish after using these.
Alcatel phones are rubbish. Wife had one, took her ages to forgive me for suggesting it! COLD
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