Alcatel OneTouch’s latest Android tablet features a 10 inch IPS display, support for 4G LTE as well as voice calling in markets where the feature is supported. It also comes with a keyboard dock that lets you use tablet as a laptop.

The company is introducing the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 10 at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.

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The tablet measures 0.31 inches thick and weighs 14 ounces without the keyboard dock, making it pretty light for a 10 inch tablet.

Don’t like the idea of using a 10 inch tablet to make phone calls? There’s also support for the Alcatel OneTouch Connect, a Bluetooth handset that pairs with the tablet and lets you make call, check emails, and perform other actions using a smaller, pocket-sized device.

The Pop 10 features an unspecified quad-core processor, 8GB of storage, a 5MP rear camera, and 2MP front-facing camera.

Alcatel OneTouch says the tablet will be its first 2-in-1 when it launches later this year, but there’s no word on a US release date or price yet.

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6 replies on “Alcatel OneTouch unveils Pop 10 Android 2-in-1 tablet”

  1. Who does not like the voice call capabilities? I am waiting for this for ages. People telling me how do I put a 10″ tablet to my ear. I don’t idiot. I use Bluetooth for example. Besides I want a tablet that is what I use for running my business in my truck and it would be very convenient to use the phone at times to make a call on the same device. I don’t understand why this is a strange wish?

  2. I was hoping to see news of larger Android tablets from CES. I guess it’s not to be. I’ve like a 12.2″+ but maybe not enough to shell out $600 to Samsung. LOL

    1. Well with console os you could buy windows tavlet and run native windows and android on it.
      But they are only on developer release 1 and limited support of devices, they should improve within time.

    2. The Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 refurbished is on sale at Amazon right now for $349.

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