Alcatel showcased new One Touch Fire, One Touch Snap and One Touch Snap LTE smartphones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
The former is the world's first handset to support the new Mozilla Firefox operating system, and the orange border of the casing hints at this exciting addition.
Its popular web browser works alongside a 1 GHz processor for speedy and smooth performance, and its unique user interface can be appreciated on a 3.5-inch touchscreen.
The One Touch Snap is available in silver, cloudy and white, and it is powered by the Android operating system, meaning owners have access to the impressive Google Play app catalogue.
Consumers wishing to take advantage of high-speed 4G networks for a delay-free online experience might opt for its sister, the Snap LTE, which also facilitates Wi-Fi connectivity.
Top-quality images taken on the eight-megapixel camera will look crisp on the 4.6-inch display, and users can easily take self-portraits thanks to the addition of a front-facing snapper.
Posted by Simon Thomas