Obviously, we’re already quite used to cameras in our smartphones. Now, we see a lot of improvements in this department, for example, dual cameras on back. What’s more, there are models with dual frontal cameras. But the company Alcatel went further than that and released the world’s first smartphone with 4 cameras: two on the back and two on the front.
The main camera of Alcatel Flash consists of two 13MP sensors, coloured and monochrome. Both are fitted with lenses with f/2.0 aperture which allows the camera to take clear shots even in poorly lit conditions. On the front, there are 8MP and 5MP cameras. A dual frontal camera supports a portrait mode with the similar quality to iPhone 7. Besides, the phone has such features as Super Selfie Mode or Super Fine Mode.
Unfortunately, 4 cameras is the main distinction of this device. Other than that, it’s a pretty ordinary, middle-end smartphone that runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Also, Alcatel Flash has a 5.5-inch Full HD display, MediaTek Helio X20 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, two SIM-card slots, 3,100mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor.
Right now, there’s not much information about the release of this smartphone. Apparently, Alcatel Flash will have a limited release in several Middle Eastern countries. The price is yet to be revealed as well.