A new Alcatel smartphone with a 64-bit processor has bee spotted at the GFXBenchmark database. Dubbed One Touch 6045, the phone sports a Snapdragon 610 chipset with a 1.5GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU and 2GB of RAM.
GFXBenchmark is reporting the device's display to be 13.7" in size, but that's likely a mistake. Nevertheless, the exact size of the display is unknown, but its resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The rest of the specs include a 12MP main snapper and a 7MP front-facing camera, both recording 1080p video. There's 8GB of internal storage, which is likely to be expandable via a microSD card slot. The Alcatel One Touch 6045 ran Android 5.0.2 during the testing.
We should know more about the Alcatel's upcoming mid-range smartphone at the Mobile World Congress - the company is holding its event on March 1.
Who uses the metric system? Oh, I don't know, everyone except for the US and Myanmar.
You got that right! Now all I want to see are some Snapdragon 808 phones / tablets / devices. 13.7" phones might not be so far off as we thought (5-6 inch now). :P
That's is great, i change my ipad air for this tablet