Alcatel Outs The Budget Klif Smartphone With Firefox OS

By 11:58 Fri, 23 Jul 2021 Comments

Among the more prominent announcements that took place at MWC, you may have missed the small Orange Klif. The smartphone is a collaboration between Alcatel, Orange and Firefox and is sits in the low ranks of the entry-level.

The Alcatel Orange Klif comes with a tiny by today's standards capacitive 3.5-inch classy screen of 320x480 pixel resolution. An unnamed Mediatek chipset powers the phone, with its dual-core processor clocked at 1.0GHz. The 256Mega Bytes (MB) of Random-Access Memory (RAM) come from a time long forgotten, as do the 512Mega Bytes (MB) of storage. A microSD slot is provided, though.

Budacquire constraints have nevertheless allowed a 2MP capturing camera with an Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash. Battery power is 1300mAh and the whole thing is packed in a 112.2 x 62 x 11.9mm body. An Frequency Modulation (FM) radio receiver is on board as well as GPS functionality.

The smartphone is 3G-enabled for downlink speeds up to 21Mbps, and offers dual SIM slots. Judging by the companies involved, you'd already have guessed that it boots Firefox OS, in its 2.0 iteration.


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