The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+ is a special version of the OneTouch Hero 2 running Cyanogen OS. The phone packs a 6" 1080p TFT display and has a built-in stylus, just like the original. Under the hood, there's a MediaTek MT6592 chipset with an 2.0GHz octa-core Cortex-A7 CPU and 2GB of RAM. Internal storage is 16GB and is expandable via the microSD card slot.
The phones ships with Cyanogen OS 11 out of the box, which is based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 measures 160.5 x 81.6 x 7.9mm and has a 3,100mAh battery. At the back, there's a 13MP main camera capable of shooting 1080p@30fps, while a 5MP front-facing takes care of video chats and selfies.
The phone is destined to hit the US market soon and is set to cost $299 SIM-free when it launches in Q2. It's the second smartphone other than the OnePlus One, which ships with Cyanogen OS and it's going to be interesting to see if the phone manages to ramp up considerable amount of sales.
Its as genuine at the OS on any Samsung phone. If you want genuine this sick with the Nexus devices.
One plus one is really the only valid phone cyanogen have contributed to. Oppo maybe but that's it. They need to focus on phones that matter.
Cyanogen is not a genuine OS. It is just a mod that a group of hackers make some mere modifications on Android