Alcatel has unveiled their new handset in the OneTouch series called the Fierce XL. The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL is snapdragon 210 powered, sporting a 5 inch screen with 720p resolution and running Windows 10 out of the box. This handset will hit the US markets for $140.

Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL as mentioned is using the qualcomm snapdragon quad core MSM8909 processor (210) clocked at 1.1GHz. This smartphone comes with I guess single SIM slot. It sports a 5 inch screen with dragon trail glass protection and supporting 1280 x 720 pixels resolution.

Weight with battery is 173 grams and thickness is 9.45mm. Fierce XL is loaded with 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM and micro SD card support of up to 32GB. An 8MP AF camera with LED flash (using Polaroid software) is packed on the rear and front camera is a 2MP shooter.

Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL running Windows 10 announced

Additional features are 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi and BT 4.1. Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL houses a 2500 mAh battery.

It will be available within few weeks in US via T-Mobile for $140. No word about its global launch.

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    1. outdated performance!!!!

      I am using a 3 year old Lumia phone with dual core processor and running the latest Windows 10 mobile version 10586.63 (just updated the latest version yesterday)

      And it is running so smooth that my friends using Android still check it (and many cannot believe the performance)

  1. Only a hardcore window’s fan will buy it, everything is downgraded in it. It is quite Pricey in this competitive market.

      1. Windows Mobile runs butter smooth even on low configuration. I have Lumia 535 powered by Snapdragon 210, which never hangs as much as my YU Yureka. Also even with lesser battery capacity Windows Mobiles manages to give good battery backup, where almost every Android phone sucks. And this phone with 2 Gigs of RAM will be very good in performance.

        Only place where windows mobiles platform leave behind is App Market. Many of useful Apps are still missing in Windows Store.

        1. Microsoft Lumia 535 has SD200 not SD210.

          Btw, what is this Microsoft sudden obsession with SD210? Using this chip in every upcoming budget W10 smartphones?

          1. Yes mistakenly written SD 210, but it same SD 200 with improved connectivity i.e. 4G

            Rest of the thing are same.

        2. Maybe you use your window phone only for making and receiving calls and you buy cheap android phone. With Android you can do almost anything you need in a digital manner whereas on a window phones you can’t even thether a Wifi Hotspot.

          1. wifi tethering is possible in Windows phones from version 8 onwards!! which was like 4 years back!!

            I have used it so many times without any issues!

            BTB what do you mean by “you can do almost anything you need in a digital manner “!!!