Alcatel has announced a new smartphone named the Flash. Now some of you might think, didn’t they had a smartphone named the Flash a few years ago? Yes, they did. They even made a follow up Flash 2. So you might think that this one would be called the Flash 3. But no, it is called the Alcatel Flash. Let’s look at the specs.
The Alcatel Flash is a 5.5 inch FullHD IPS display. On the inside is a Mediatek Helio X20 chipset with a deca-core CPU. It has 3GB of RAM and an internal storage of 32GB. Everything seems to be routine right now. But this is just the background for their main attraction which is the camera.
On the back of the device is a dual 13MP camera with dual tone LED flash. One of them is an RGB and the other one is a monochrome. The RGB camera is the Sony IMX258 sensor. They both have f/2.0 aperture lenses. It supports 4K video recording too. On the front of the device is a paired 8MP and 5MP dual selfie shooter. Both of them have an f/2.0 aperture. The dual camera creates a depth of focus effect. On the front is also a dual tone LED flash. So they just took the dual camera hype and cranked it way up with the dual camera up front and a flash. All of it sounds really intriguing for a smartphone photographer.
It also has dual SIM support, Bluetooth v4.1 and USC Type C better faster charging. All of this is powered by a 3,100mAh battery. That is a little less than expected. It should be somewhere around 4,000 mAh and it would have covered your day. But that was not the case here. No details on pricing or a launch date but we are expecting a full spec sheet and device photos around this summer.
Source | Alcatel