Alcatel launches the A3 for those that do not fancy the LED lights
Straight from MWC.
Alcatel made an offering available for those that would not be able to afford the LED lights that they have launched in the form of a phone, and they have made the Alcatel A3 the best choice for such people. This unit also carries a number of impressive specs and does well to appeal to the midrange market, but it would definitely not be showing any lights from the behind.
The hardware on this handset is less impressive than what we have reported above, but it does get the job done, and the OEM advertises it as the Most Affordable 5” Smartphone that you would be able to find out there.
Going to what makes this unit tick, we already have the 5 inch 720p screen covered, and we get down to the quad core MediaTek MT6737 chipset which is under the hood. The CPU is a little bit impressive as it has been rated at a max clock speed of 1.25GHz, supporting some 1.5GB of RAM and keeping the 16G of internal storage space. The camera is higher too at 13MP on the back, and it retains the 5MP sensor on the front still. Coupled with a fingerprint sensor (which is missing on the A5), the Alcatel A3 is supposed to have its lights maintained by a 2460mAh battery.
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