GFXBench reveals Alcatel’s Idol 4 Pro smartphone

GFXBench reveals Alcatel’s Idol 4 Pro smartphone

The popular graphics benchmark database GFXBench has unveiled one more smartphone, presumably by accident. The handset in question is Alcatel’s Idol 4 Pro and overall the device does not look bad at all.

So according to GFXBench the Idol 4 Pro will come with a Snapdragon 820 processor by Qualcomm as expected before. The smartphone also has generous 64 GB of internal memory and a large 6.0-inch display at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), which is a bit disappointing (previously the Idol 4 Pro was rumored to feature a Quad HD display). The camera quality will not make you sad, though – the Idol 4 Pro will have a 20 MP rear camera and a 9 MP front shooter, which is not a bad combination at all. This preliminary picture ends with 2 GB of RAM but we strongly suspect this is a mistake made by GFXBench so chances are the Idol 4 Pro will come with at least 4 GB of RAM memory. Of course, as previously expected, the Idol 4 Pro is a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone.

The new Alcatel smartphone will be officially unveiled in the coming weeks. Until now we will have to live with these tech specs, which, keep in mind, have not been confirmed just yet.

Source: VR-Zone.com

Related posts

Nintendo DSi XL hits store shelves on March 28

Nintendo has announced that the new Nintendo DSi XL will be launched on March 28 for suggested retail price of $189.99. The XL packs two 4.2-inch touch screen LCDs (announced as "93 percent larger than those of the Nintendo DS Lite"), which feature a wider viewing angle, also comes with a larger...

Samsung to release new Series 5, refreshes Series 9 ultrabooks

Samsung has been more than busy refreshing its Series 9 ultrabooks and preparing a new Series 5 ultrabook line. The new devices will see the light of day at CES 2012 in an attempt to gain market share and oppose other mighty ultrabook makers that were recently joined by big names such as...

Valve announces Ubuntu Linux support for Steam and L4D 2

There’s a new ray of hope for all gamers running Ubuntu Linux – the popular game developer Valve has announced full support for this Linux distribution for Steam and the FPS Left 4 Dead 2. The big news is that you won’t need to use Wine anymore to run these Windows games – instead Valve...

Leave a comment