Alcatel unveils four-camera phone deca-cores

Apr

5

2017

The rear cameras are 13 megapixels.
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Alcatel unveiled its new smartphone, Alcatel Flash , which offers four cameras and a decoder.

Alcatel launched in 2014 a smart phone called Flash, and in 2015 launched Flash 2, so it was logical to have the new phone called “Flash 3”.

The new Alcatel Flash features two front cameras as well as two rear cameras. The rear cameras feature 13 megapixels each, the first to be responsible for black and white photography, and the other to take color images.

The color-coded rear-view camera uses a Sony IMX258, the same sensor used by the latest LG, the LG G6, and both rear cameras come with a f / 2.0 lens slot, High Definition 4K Video Capture.

The front cameras are 8 megapixels and the other 5 megapixels are dedicated to the rear camera for auto focus. They also come with the f / 2.0 lens slot, and there is a LED flash light on both the front and rear sides.

For the other specifications, the new Alcatel Flash offers a 5.5-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, provides 3 GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space.

The phone includes a decimal cores of the Mediatek Helio X20 and a 3,100 mAh battery.

The device also has a fingerprint sensor on the back, a USB-C port, two connection slots and LTE networks.

There is no information about the price and availability of Alcatel Flash

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