Alcatel unveil wearable smartphone, yep it's a mobile you wear on your wrist
One of the barmiest devices unveiled so far at MWC 2014 is the Alcatel One Touch Pop Fit, which is a 2.8-inch Android smartphone that you can wear on your wrist.
The French designers' latest creation is aimed at fitness fanatics and comes pre-loaded with the RunKeeper app. You'll be able to listen to your favourite tunes on your workout because it doubles as a music player, comes with either 16 or 32GB of on-board memory and has an FM radio.
Sensibly it comes with a splash-proof coating, so you don't have to worry about getting caught in the rain. Inside the box you'll also find a pair of JBL earphones, a wrist strap, five back colours (black, blue, yellow, pink and red) and a semi-transparent flip cover for the mobile.
The One Touch Pop Fit has an entry-level specification, which includes a 2.8-inch display (320x240 pixels) and a 1GHz dual-core processor with 512MB of RAM. It's 1000mAh battery should offer a good couple of days usage and the inclusion of 2 mega-pixel snapper is a nice bonus.
The Alcatel One Touch Pop Fit will be available to buy in May and will cost 89 Euros.