|Release date||Fourth quarter 2016|
|Selfie Cam Resolution||2-megapixel|
|Display size||4.5 inches|
|Operating System||Android 5.1.1 Lollipop|
|Ounces per cubic inch||1.01 oz/cu in|
|Head SAR value (radiation)||1.09 w/Kg|
|Body SAR||1.28 w/Kg|
|Expansion Limit||Up to 32GB|
|Stand-by Time||312 hours (13 days)|
|Talk Time||690 minutes (11.5 hours)|
|mAh per ounce||371 mAh/oz|
|mAh per display square in.||138mAh/sqrin.|
|Talk minutes per Ah||388min./Ah|
|Music / Multimedia|
|Media Player||MP3 Player|
|Manufacture product ID||A573VC|
|Link to user manual||Click here|
|Hearing Aid Rating||M3/T3|
With only 4G LTE connectivity and an 8GB memory (many of its low-end competitors settle for 4GB memories) to call as perks, the 4.5-inch Pixi Bond LTE makes for a typical introductory prepaid Android phone.
Its other specs include a modest 1780mAh battery scoring a 13-day standby time as well as an 11.5-hour talk time and an equally-unimpressive 5-megapixel camera with an accompanying LED flash. It has a 2-megapixel secondary camera perched above its display and it runs on a run-of-the-mill (in this class) 1.1GHz quad-core processor. Joining its dated feature set are Bluetooth v4.1 and M3/T3 hearing aid compliance.
Also known as Alcatel Bond LTE, Alcatel A573VC.
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