amazon Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 reviews
Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 has a sturdy design, quite performance. Built-in 3G connectivity and can be used as a serious screen phone. However, the display quality of the machine still makes the user a bit mind.
The Android Onetouch Pop 7 tablet can be viewed as a shortened version of the “Alcatel Onetouch Pop 8” cousin that Test Lab had a chance to experience recently. On appearance, Onetouch Pop 7 also owns a monolithic design, with various color combinations that can be combined with smart covers, bundles bought separately from the company.
Compared to the model 8 “Onetouch Pop 8, Onetouch Pop 7 is a little more compact because it is only equipped with a screen size 7″ supports resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It’s easy to see in addition to changes in screen size and resolution, processor, built-in battery life, and price. – Onetouch Pop 7 is almost exclusively retained from the 8″ version. For example, the 7” model is still equipped with a micro-SIM slot for call / messaging , 3G data transfer, a microSD card slot in parallel with 4GB of built-in memory. The Android 4.2 tablet is also equipped with a camera on both sides, a built-in microphone and speakers, and essential connectivity standards such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
Design reviews, screens and performance
With a body size of 192 x 113 x 8.9 mm, the Onetouch Pop 7, when combined with a protective case that looks slim – though not as thin as the design of the Onetouch Pop 8 or the same model. Google Nexus 7 screen. It can be said Onetouch Pop 7 almost no change in appearance; And the thick bezel frame design still makes the device less attractive. Attempting to incorporate an attached protector, Test Lab found that the body was thicker, but the weight of the device was slightly increased, but it was still easy to operate with just one hand. The smart cover also responds well to Test Lab’s quick opening and closing, without the bumps; Or slow to light the screen. However, it is important to note that the back of the case will completely cover the memory card slot that is already covered by the cover. For users who value protection for the body, this design can be highly appreciated – but, as users often need to change / manipulate these slots.
Particularly about the screen, display quality of Onetouch Pop 7 must say is very modest. The low resolution 7 “TFT panel, the pixel density is just average, makes Onetouch Pop 7 a little more of a barrier to Test Labs’ visibility. Throughout the experiment, image clarity was generally low. The default character encapsulation in the machine settings menu as well as in the application name is slightly obscure because of blur and jagged edges. In tests rendered in a browser, Test Lab almost always has to choose to enlarge the default font size for easier viewing.
On color images, the 7″ screen panel gives the colors less glitter, white tends to be green. The contrast of the screen is also less restrictive when showing the color shift of the gray range. Some of the other colors, such as crimson, fresh yellow and cyan, also look less fresh than they really are. The design of the glossy screen surface is also quite heavy, even when the maximum brightness setting is correct. This phenomenon only partly overcome the basic angle of the screen is also limited, Especially when using the machine vertically. However, the color of Onetouch Pop 7 has good color depth. The multi-touch operation at the same time 5 points simultaneously sensitive and accurate.
While not a good performer by display quality, the Onetouch Pop 7 has almost no problems in performance tests with the usual Test Lab tools. In most tests, the overall performance score, graphics performance, Onetouch Pop 7 is no less impressive compared to some of the other competitors in the past. Even so, the Onetouch Pop 7’s browser performance – which has been a major hit – has surpassed the Android 8” tablet’s AOC MW0831.
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When actual measurements were used, Test Lab found that Onetouch Pop 7 was responsive to the need to browse the web with multiple tabs (up to 10 tabs). Multitasking, of course, is also limited by the hardware, but it almost does not crash or force the user to close the application. Unintended. As for the game, Onetouch Pop 7 can meet high-speed 2D graphics games like Temple Run 2, Sonic Dash. Although it’s equipped with 1GB of native graphics, Onetouch Pop 7 can also handle heavy 3D graphics like Dead Trigger 2, Real Racing 3 or Frontline Commando 2, Zoombie HQ. Of course, the machine also takes some time to launch these heavy games; And sometimes there are still light jerks when the races appear on multiple cars at the same time or in difficult scenes, many zoombones in Dead Trigger 2.
On the user interface, generally Onetouch Pop 7 still carry on their own design style, characteristic of Alcatel. Compared to the versions of each test, the icons on Onetouch Pop 7 are still less attractive, long name application of many characters are still garbled when using horizontal to confuse new users. Home screen design is somewhat cumbersome by many large widgets arranged, occupy a lot of use area. However, Onetouch Pop 7 does not bother users by garbage applications and some pre-installed applications can be removed from the system easily. The numeric keypad interface for making calls is generally large, easy to handle, although it takes up a lot of screen space. In the actual test of the call function, Test Lab found that the Onetouch Pop 7 was responsive, but the speakerphone was mainly used, so it’s best to use a headset to ensure the privacy of the call conversation.
Particularly about the camera, it can be said, Alcatel almost can not convince Test Lab by the support hardware as well as the quality of photos. Image quality from both cameras is generally low due to color limitations, detail as well as focus. As for the front camera, as mentioned earlier on the layout, it is best to use the camera vertically so that the full face of the frame can be taken.
On trial screening movies with maximum screen brightness setting, Wi-Fi enabled, GPS and continual background application updates, Onetouch Pop 7 gives battery life of about 4 hours and 15 minutes. Also with the above settings, if mainly used for browsing the web, listening to music online and playing lightweight games, Onetouch Pop 7’s built-in battery remains about 13% after more than 7 hours of use. Throughout the testing of film and entertainment with the game, Test Lab found that the built-in loudspeaker was quite tonal, with enough volume for a small entertainment space. The back of the machine is also cool when operating continuously in a temperature range of 28 degrees Celsius.
Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 is also quite attractive, as it supports Sim 3G for voice and video, and has the “fit” for connectivity, gaming and low cost. The built-in Onetouch Pop 7 battery lasts for up to 8 hours of work and connectivity when using a Wi-Fi connection. However, if compared with some other competitors, the limited display quality of the screen still makes Pop 7 difficult to become a priority choice.