The leaked devices include the Alcatel 5, Alcatel 3V, Alcatel 3X, Alcatel 3, Alcatel 3C, and the Alcatel 1X. While the leaked render isn’t of the high-resolution variety, it’s clear enough to show some basic features of the handsets, suggesting that the Alcatel 5 will feature a minimal bottom bezel and a regularly sized top one, with the latter accommodating what appear to be two front-facing cameras accompanied by a dual-LED flash unit. The back panel of the same device seemingly features a single camera situated above another equivalent flash and a circular fingerprint scanner, with the most notable characteristic of the Alcatel 5 being a screen that seems to slightly curve around the long edges of the handset. The display panel also appears to be taller than a regular widescreen one and presumably boasts an aspect ratio of 18:9, i.e. 2:1. The Alcatel 3 and Alcatel 1X will adopt the same image format, whereas the other three leaked Android phones will feature conventional 16:9 screens, according to the leak.
The Alcatel 3V and Alcatel 3X will apparently be the company’s main dual-camera offerings in 2018, with all other devices shown in the image featuring only a single sensor on their back plates. The handsets will presumably run Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, enhanced with the firm’s proprietary software. No concrete hardware specifications or availability details have been provided by the source, with Alcatel having two clear opportunities to officially announce at least some of the newly uncovered smartphones in the first quarter of 2018; the first one comes in mid-January when Consumer Electronics Show is set to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, whereas the second one will be in late February when Mobile World Congress starts in Barcelona, Spain.
In the previous month, well-known tipster Evan Blass had shared small-sized images of some of the Alcatel smartphones that will be launching in 2018. Now, the leakster has shared “decent sized” renders of the upcoming Alcatel 1x, 3c, 3, 3x, 3v and 5.
Among the above devices, the Alcatel 1x seems to be a low-end smartphone as it does not seem to feature a fingerprint reader. Alcatel 3 seems has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The Alcatel 3c has a glossy back panel that features a rear-facing fingerprint sensor and a speaker grille.
The Alcatel 3x and 3v are fitted with dual rear cameras and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The 3x phone seems to feature slimmer bezels and dual front cameras. The last one is the Alcatel 5 which seems to be a top-tier phone. It appears to feature an 18:9 display, a metallic body, a front-facing LED flash for the selfie camera and a single rear camera.
As of this writing, there is no information available on the specifications of the aforementioned Alcatel phones. Rumors suggest that Alcatel will not be releasing IDOL branded phones in the next year.
The new Alcatel phones revealed by Blass are speculated to replace the IDOL lineup. It is likely that the new phones from the company may get announced in January 2018 at Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
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