How many cameras do you think are enough on a smartphone? Most of them have two for good reason, one in the front and one in the back. However, some manufacturers have started adopting dual-camera systems for the back to provide even better imaging features. If you’re Alcatel, you think that a smartphone needs four cameras, which is precisely the number of camera’s you’ll find on its new Flash smartphone.


The Alcatel Flash has a dual-camera system on the back as well as on the front. The handset has a total of four cameras, which is not something that you see on most smartphones on the market these days.

The handset has two 13 megapixel cameras on the back with one being color and the other monochromatic. One of the front facing cameras is 8 megapixels while the other is 5 megapixels. That should allow for some killer selfies, don’t you think?

The handset also features a 5.5 inch full HD display with a Helio X20 processor under the hood. It’s powered by Android Marshmallow but I’m sure many would have liked to have Nougat pre-installed instead.

Alcatel hasn’t confirmed how much this handset is going to cost and when it’s going to be available. The company is yet to confirm the markets in which the Flash will be sold.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Alcatel. Source: alcatel-mobile

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