We’re used to seeing Alcatel release low end devices, so we’re pretty surprised to see the OT-808 model, a decently specced handset pictured below. This entry level phone comes with a clamshell design and a full QWERTY keyboard, but what’s strange is that it’s supposed to have “a netbook look and feel”.

Alcatel OT-808 uses a 2.4 inch QVGA internal display, a 1.1 inch external monochrome OLED display with a 128 x 36 pixels resolution, FM radio, a 2 megapixel camera and Bluetooth 2.0. Social networking features are also on board, together with email, IM, support for dual band GSM connectivity and the Opera Mini browser.

The device should retail for $125, but we don’t yet know it release date.

[via Unwired View]