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Alcatel One Touch T10 Tablet: Price, Specs and Availability in the Philippines

Alcatel One Touch T10 Tablet

The Alcatel One Touch T10 tablet is the company's first ever 7-inch tablet that runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the country. The entry-level tablet is currently offered for FREE when you subscribed at Sun Broadband's Gadget Plan (Bundle with Sun Pocket WiFi) or Sun Plan 600 and Call & Surf 999 (Bundle with Alcatel One Touch 903D). With that offer, a lot of people are asking what is the specs of the tablet, if the tablet can support SMS or call function and if it is 3G device? So, here's the detailed specs of the Alcatel One Touch T10 Tablet after the jump.

Alcatel One Touch T10 Tablet Specifications
7" WVGA (800x480) capacitive display
1GHz Rockchip RK2918 processor
Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich
GC800 core GPU
1GB of RAM
4GB of internal storage
microSD slot up to 32GB
VGA front camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Micro USB port and Mini HDMI port
3.5mm headphone jack
USB OTG function
Audio format: Support MP3, WAV, OGG, FLAC, APE, AAC(+), WMV
Video Format: AVI, 3GP, MP4, RM, RMWB, FLV, MKV, MOV, VOB, WMV, DAT
Life: 4 hours of time depending on the specific use of the environment
Standby Time: 120 hours
3000mAh lithium battery
190 x 117.6 x 11.3mm (dimension)
340g (weight)


  • No alternative for charging
  • No Rear Camera
  • No SMS/ Call function
  • No 3G/ HSDPA connectivity
  • No GPS support
  • No Bluetooth support
  • No FM Radio/ Mobile TV support

Alcatel One Touch T10 Tablet Price and Availability in the Philippines
Pricing and availability of the T10 Tablet outside of Sun Cellular postpaid plans is still not available at this moment, but expect it to be affordable (below P5K).

Currently, the Alcatel One Touch T10 tablet is offered for FREE at


  1. Alcatel has made their unique size of power adaptor socket which you cannot find in the market. If its broken you cannot find one even the distributor itself doesn't have any stock. And its easily broken. Doesn't charge via micro USB, so you will not have any alternative. Unlike other tablets which charge via micro USB.

  2. I wouldn't recommend this unit (Alcatel T10 Tablet). It doesn't charge via micro USB and the only way to charge it is thru its proprietary power port which Alcatel has its own size. No alternative for charging, and the charger unit gets easily damage. Try to buy a replacement unit and you can't find one. Try to have it replaced if its under warranty they don't have it.

  3. Because it's not yet available outside of Sun Cellular Postpaid plan, I'll update this post once it is already available in the malls.

  4. F***! You mentioned Price here but I cant find none.....stop misleading peoples precious time and bandwidth!? Grow Up!

  5. Thank you for sharing your experience


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