The highlight is definitely the Alcatel 3X, a 6.5-inch mid-range smartphone with a HD+ Super Full View Display and a triple rear camera.
TCL says the 16MP + 8MP + 5MP rear camera combo is “equipped with smart scene detection that identifies different photo scenarios and automatically optimizes photography setting for perfect shooting”.
It also features a 102 degrees super wide-angle lens, plus real-time bokeh for portraits. On the selfie side, the Alcatel 3X comes with a single 8 MP sensor.
The rest of the specs are completed by an Octa-core processor and a dedicated button to summon Google Assistant which, considering the €149 price tag.
Even more affordable and still with a Google Assistant button is the Alcatel 1V, a device with a 5.5-inch 18:9 display with a 480 x 960 px resolution.
This one is a decidedly entry-level device starting at €79, with 1 GB of ram paired with an Octa-core chipset, a 5MP rear camera capable of shooting at 1080p @30fps and a 5 MP front camera with f/2.2 aperture.
Then, there’s the Alcatel Smart Tab 7, a tablet which, as the name suggests, features 16.7 m colors capacitive display with a 7-inch diagonal.
While the specs are still entry-level (1.5 GB of RAM + 12 GB storage expandable to 12 GB with a Micro SD card), the Alcatel Smart Tab 7 does ship with Android 9 Pie and Google Assistant for just €79.
And last, Alcatel’s name at IFA 2019 also shows on the LINKHUB LTE cat7 Home Station.
Promising a 300 Mbps downlink and 100 Mbps uplink, the Linkhub makes it easy to manage your network.
Truth be told, it also looks much more expensive than its €129 thanks to a minimalistic design.