Although it may not be the biggest name on the bill, Alcatel may have brought one of the most interesting mobile phones to the CES 2014.
The event in Barcelona has seen many of the big technology names bring their wares but Alcatel may have overshadowed everyone with its One Touch X+.
It brings a 2GHz octo-core processor along with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 13.1-megapixel camera, as well as its five-inch full HD display. This makes it thinner than the incredibly popular HTC One.
However, some users may feel let down that the device doesn't offer a microSD slot, meaning you are stuck with the 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, rather than having the option to bulk it up.
It also seems a little behind in its operating as it comes running Android 4.2, meaning it may not update to the KitKat software when it is released.
However, it comes with the budget-friendly price tag of just $250 (AUS$280) and will start shipping out next month (February).
Posted by Samantha Green