Alcatel launches A7 series smartphone in the UAE
Vendor’s first dual-camera phone A7 XL helps capture professional images
Alcatel, of TCL Communication brand, has extended its A7 series of affordable premium smartphones with two new models: the A7 XL dual-camera smartphone with a stunning 6-inch display and the powerful A7 smartphone with a high-resolution camera and great multimedia performance.
"The A7 Series smartphones are designed to help today's tech-savvy consumer in the UAE power up their life," said Christophe Corsi, regional director, Alcatel Middle East. "The A7 XL helps you take clearer and more detailed photos and showcase your creativity, while the A7 delivers fast multitasking, a smooth gaming experience, and long battery life."
He added that both offer the advanced technology, exceptional performance, and eye-catching design that are the hallmarks of an Alcatel smartphone.
The A7 XL sports a sophisticated pure metal design with a brushed effect that sets off its premium build quality. This is complemented by the spacious 6-inch FHD IPS full lamination display, with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, and 2.5D arc glass to deliver a sleek curved edge for better grip and feel in the hand. The smartphone has a slim 8.65 mm body and weighs just 175 grams.
A key feature of the A7 XL is its dual-camera technology. With two rear cameras, a 12MP autofocus camera and a 2MP full frame camera, the A7 XL delivers amazing image quality and stunning detail in vivid colour. Users can alter the focus and the background of the image while capturing every moment with great speed and accuracy. In addition, selfie fans will enjoy using its 8MP front camera with soft flash to produce beautiful images with great natural lighting.
Using a powerful Octa-core MediaTek processor and supporting Cat4 4G LTE connectivity, the A7 XL delivers a stunning entertainment experience on its generous FHD display. It also offers fingerprint recognition technology to provide shortcuts to up to five different functions, including a private mode where users can protect sensitive photos and applications.