The Alcatel OT-808 is one cellphone which comes with average specifications, but what makes it stand out from the rest would be its resemblance to that of a netbook. This clamshell form factor is equipped with a full QWERTY keypad not to mention a 2.4″ QVGA internal display when you open it up. Apart from that, it also has a 1.1″ external monochrome OLED display at 128 x 36 pixels. You won’t leave your social networking habits with this since it sports social networking integration, e-mail, IM support and an Opera Mini browser. Other specifications include Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, an integrated FM radio, a 2-megapixel camera and dual-band GSM connectivity. No idea on when it will be available, but expect it to be priced well below the $125 mark.
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