TCL Communication, a leading global designer and manufacturer of Alcatel One Touch branded mobile devices, today announced the brands 2013 smartphone lineup.
It includes the One Touch Idol Ultra, claimed to be the world’s slimmest smartphone, and the first phone to feature the new MediaTek MT6589 quad-core chipset, the Scribe HD.
“The Alcatel One Touch brand has grown exponentially since entering the U.S. market eight years ago,” said Nicolas Zibell, president, Americas & Pacific for Alcatel One Touch. “And with the launch of our new smartphone collection we plan to take things to the next level.”
According to the company, the device breaks current market records at 6.45mm thin. It says performance is not compromised in this design with features such as a 4.7” HD AMOLED display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8MP camera that captures 1080p video, and running on Android Jelly Bean.
One Touch Idol Ultra
The One Touch Scribe HD introduces new creative tools for personal expression and productivity.
The 5″ HD smartphone is first to debut the new MediaTek MT6589 quad-core chipset, providing faster Internet performance, smoother user-experience to simultaneously run power-hungry apps & games, along with premium multimedia & graphics capabilities.
Beyond running a quad-core CPU, the One Touch Scribe HD also supports 4G speeds, 8MP camera plus 720p HD front camera, and operates on Android Jelly Bean.
The Alcatel One Touch brand is owned by TCL Communication, which designs, develops, and markets a range of mobile and Internet devices.