Alcatel announces One Touch Evo 7 ICS tablet in Europe, doesn’t say when it’s coming

Alcatel announces One Touch Evo 7 ICS tablet in Europe, doesn't say when it's coming

Just as we had talked about Alcatel not necessarily being known for its hardware offerings, the company’s now announcing its first “modular” tablet, the One Touch Evo 7. As the moniker adequately implies, the Ice Cream Sandwich slate boasts a 7-inch display (mum’s the word on the resolution), which is paired alongside an unnamed processor that’s clocked in at 1GHz, 1GB of RAM and a microSD slot is available to take care of up to 32GB of storage needs. While the One Touch Evo 7 is set come out of the box with WiFi capabilities only, Alcatel says a 3G option will be available as a separate bundle via a “removable 3G module.” — a fitting fact given some of the slate’s additional characteristics, such as detachable colorful frames. Unfortunately, Alcatel made no mention of when it plans to release its One Touch device, but we’ll let you interested Euro folk know as soon as those details come out.

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