Alcatel OneTouch T60: FCC unveils new Android tablet

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More and more companies seem to be entering the tablet market these days, and it looks like Alcatel is about to become the latest. According to a recently discovered FCC filing, Alcatel is planning on releasing a brand new Android tablet, in the form of the OneTouch T60.

As Florin over on the unwiredview.com website recently reported, the Alcatel OneTouch T60 currently runs the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and comes with both Wi-Fi and North American 3G connectivity (850 / 1900 MHz), GPS, Google Maps and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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It’s also said to feature a 3-megapixel rear camera, a VGA quality front-facing camera and a MicroSD card slot. In regards to the tablet’s display, it appears to have a 7-inch screen. Alcatel phones are usually quite affordable, so the chances are the OneTouch T60 tablet won’t be too expensive either.

Unfortunately there has been no word on where or even when the Alcatel OneTouch T60 tablet will be released, but we will keep you updated when we do hear anything. In other news, we’ve just discovered that the Alcatel OT-990 Android smartphone is coming to O2 UK later this year.

Have you ever owned an Alcatel device? If so, would you consider buying the Alcatel OneTouch T60 tablet PC?