Not long ago, Lenovo‘s upcoming QHD-supported handset - the K920, popped out at a booth at Mobile Asia Expo in China. Now, we're hearing that yet another Chinese company is planning to launch an insanely powerful flagship phone in the coming days. It's surprisingly Alcatel, the smartphone maker owned by TCL.
Looks like Alcatel is apparently following the footsteps of LG, Vivo and Oppo with QHD (2K) smartphone. Dubbed the Alcatel One Touch D820, the forthcoming phone has passed through the GFX benchmark site.
Coming back to the rumored specifications and features, the Alcatel One Touch D820 is said to come with a 4.6-inch with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. This would be an interesting device due to its smaller screen size, and it would certainly give the D820 a much more pixel density-oriented approach compared to competitors.
The phone is running Android 4.4.2 Kitkat-out-of-the-box; accompanied by 3GB of RAM and 12GB of ROM (we're assuming 16GB of on-board memory). The Alcatel One Touch D820 will come stuffed with MediaTek's upcoming MT6595 chipset under the hood.
On the camera front, there will be a 7-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 7-megapixel front-facing shooter. Apparently, both dual cameras would be able to record videos in 4K format.
It is unlikely to see the D820 any time soon. If the Alcatel One Touch D820 really exists in reality; we might see the device in action at the IFA tech show to be held in Berlin later this year.
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