Alcatel came up with a new phone dubbed Flash yesterday. The biggest highlight of this phone, it comes with four cameras! How is that even possible you may ask. Well, we have seen various phones with a dual-camera unit already — some of them has it on the front whereas most of them carry it on the back. But no phone has ever come alive with dual cameras on both the sides. It makes room for Alcatel’s Flash, which is the first phone with two cameras on both the sides: front and back.
Aesthetically, the Alcatel Flash boasts of a brushed metal finish and unibody design. It comes with Titanium Grey colour. The phone measures 8.7mm in thickness and weighs 155g. The Alcatel Flash has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner that sits right below the dual rear camera module.
Specs-wise, the Alcatel Flash sports a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS screen with Dragontrail Glass protection. Since the display has an oleophobic coating, it is unlikely that you will require wiping the fingerprints off the screen again and again. The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow that is a huge bummer, to be honest.
Inside are a MediaTek Helio X20 MT6797 ten cores processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal memory. Users will be left with around 24GB memory, though. However, if found insufficient, you can further expand it up to 128GB using microSD card. It keeps the show going thanks to a 3,100 battery.
For photography, it has two 13MP cameras on the rear. One sensor is colour while other is monochrome. Up front are two selfie cameras: one is 8MP while other is 2MP. It has got FM, USB OTG, and USB Type-C beside other standard connectivity options.
Unfortunately, no price or availability details are known at this moment.