Alcatel has launched Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 at Mobile World Congress with two variants, where one with screens size of 4.7 Inches is available with low price range (under 12,000 INR) and other one with display size of 5.5 Inches will available with middle-range section (under 16,000 INR). Well, these two are not only different in screen size but only in terms of pixel density, processors and battery strength.

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Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (4.7)

Starting with Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (4.7), we would say that it has always been a preferred display size (along with the resolution of 720 x 1024 pixels) as far as Indian Android Market is concerned. The trend has been seen among one of the most selling device under the price range of 10,000 INR such as Moto G (2013) and Android One devices. The device has Snapdragon 410 processor which is a quad core processor operating at 1.2 GHz and supported by 1GB of RAM.

The primary camera and secondary camera available on this device are 13MP and 5MP, which is same across both the versions of this smartphone. Great news for Indian users is that they will soon have another option in low price range supporting 4G connectivity. The internal memory available with the device is 16GB and yes!! It can be further extended with the help of microSD card. The battery strength of this device is 2000 mAh which is not that great.

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (5.5)

This device has the display size of 5.5 Inches with Full HD resolution, so they have not compromised over the display size by elongating the screen size. The processor available on this device is available for the price of Snapdragon 610 which has two quad core chipsets operating alternatively under different situations, this performance is further supported by 2GB RAM. The cameras are similar what we have seen above with 4.7 Inches version.

Battery is of 2910 mAh which is a significant increase over the previous version considering that number of pixels and screen size has increased. The other specification of this device is similar like connectivity or internal storage media.

Well, MWC has lot to uncover now and we wish to see more of such device in the coming days, Stay tuned and let us know your views about these devices.

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