Before a particular handset can be released to the masses, it will first need to pick up its fair share of certifications along the way, to make sure that the various bodies in the industry give it the go ahead after deeming it safe for release and use among the masses. Well, it looks like the same can be said of the Alcatel Idol4 Pro, which has been leaked quite a fair number of times to date, where it has now picked up its Wi-Fi certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA).


In other words, this particular smartphone that is touted to run on Microsoft’s Windows 10 platform is all set to make its official debut sooner rather than later. It should also be noted that the device here happens to be a variant that will be unleashed by the folks over at T-Mobile, and it could only mean that it is a US-bound device – as at launch time, of course.

So far, the rumored hardware specifications point to a speedy Snapdragon 820 SoC, a 6” Full HD display, a 20MP shooter at the back, and 64GB of internal memory. No idea on what kind of front-facing camera it packs, and neither do we have a ball park figure on its recommended retail pricing, but stay tuned!

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