Alcatel Flash Smartphone Boasts Dual-Camera in a Unique Way

April 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When a company releases a smartphone under the name ‘Flash’, one could certainly take a guess that it’s got something to do with camera or speed. That’s true in the case of Alcatel Flash, as this new smartphone arrives with deca-core processor along with never-before camera feature.

The one we are talking about is its dual-camera technology, which for the first time makes its way onto front and rear-side of a smartphone together in Alcatel Flash. While we do have devices boasting the dual-cam feature either on front or rear side of the device, it’s for the first time that we get to witness the feature being include for both the cameras in a smartphone.

Quite naturally, it’s the rear-camera of the device that features better prowess over the secondary camera. With two 13 MP sensors, Alcatel Focus make use of monochromatic variations to tweak the quality of the final images. The one sensor used is color, while the other one used is monochromatic.

The smartphone doesn’t retain equal pixel sensors on its front sides, and instead features a combo of 8MP-5MP sensors. Both the primary and secondary camera also features dual-tone flash along with auto-focus features. There are also several manual-focus options available for users to better their photography.

To aid the photo shoot session, Alcatel Flash is also powered by a MediaTek Helio X20 CPU that comes packed with ten cores. 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB storage is paired alongside. The 5.5-inch device features a Full HD display, and also comes backed by a battery of 3100mAh. USB Type C, fingerprint sensors, and dual-SIM support are also available.

Alcatel hasn’t revealed the pricing or availability of the device. We can expect the device to be priced not higher above the mid-range devices available in market today.

© 2008-2012 DeviceMag.com - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy