Rumors hint towards a ‘Mini’ Alcatel Idol 4

Alcatel Idol 4 was officially unveiled on the MWC which took place this February. Although it isn’t yet available for sale, rumors have started to pour in which hint towards different variants of the smartphone. A few days ago, a credible leakster, @evleaks, outed a rendered image of the Alcatel Idol 4 Pro. This particular variant of the Idol 4 will be running on Windows 10 Mobile. In addition to the Pro version, we are hearing rumors of a Mini variant too. However this Mini Idol 4 will be powered by Android, unlike the Pro version.

Lets have a look at the specifications of the Mini Idol 4. The smartphone will sport a 5″ HD display accompanied by either MediaTek MT6738 SoC or MT 6750 chipset. Three different options each will be available for RAM and internal storage. Customers can avail 1GB, 2GB or 3GB of RAM with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB non-removable storage. Moving on to the optics of the device, a 13 MP shooter will be available on the rear side while a 5 MP snapper will be dedicated for selfies and video chats. Mini Idol 4 will come standard with a fingerprint sensor embedded inside the home button while a 2400 mAh battery will provide the juice.

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The Pro variant of Idol 4 recently visited the GFXBench where the following specifications were unveiled. The Alcatel Idol 4 Pro will feature a 6-inch 1080 x 1920 HD display while it’ll host Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, quad-core CPU and the Adreno 530 GPU under the hood. GFXBench further revealed that the smartphone will sport 64GB of internal memory accompanied by 20MP/9MP camera combo. Of course, Windows 10 Mobile will come pre installed. There is one anomaly in the leaked benchmark test which needs to addressed. The test shows 2GB of RAM however we are quite sure that the upcoming Pro variant will carry a larger 3GB/4GB of RAM.

That is all for now, stay tuned for the latest updates.

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