Alcatel 5V with 6.2-inch notch display and AI dual-rear cameras at Rs 13,699 approximately

Alcatel 5V

Alcatel has refreshed its line-up this year in the low and mid-end segments. And there is a new entrant to its mid segment, which was made official today on company’s website. It’s called Alcatel 5V. The new mid-ranger from the company is its one of the first phone to sport a notch display.

Looking at the current trend, the company might have taken a good decision. Interestingly, it is priced approximately at Rs 13,699 ($199.99) in the United States. Talking about the availability in other regions, the brand has not shared any details on that yet.

Alcatel 5V Specifications: A new mid-ranger in town!

With its new mid-range handset in the town, the company has rung the bells of competition to other US mid-range smartphone makers. The most likely competition would be from Motorola from its new E Series (E5 and E5 Plus). Boasting a glass build like its competitor, the new handset 5V comes in shiny colours. The rear sports a dual-rear camera setup and a fingerprint sensor.

The screen that you see is a 6.2-inches screen with notch display. The company teases the 19:9 infinite full-view display. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo-based user interface. Talking about the internals, it packs a MediaTek Octa-core processor with the support of 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There is a 4000mAh capacity battery that will be running the show.

As far as the camera department is concerned, it packs a dual rear cameras, where the primary lens is of 12MP and secondary lens is of 2MP. These two lenses are guided by an AI which promises better scene detection. Plus, the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilisation) ensures that the pictures don’t come out blurry. For the selfie lovers, it has an 8MP sensor with f/2.8 aperture.

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