The Pixi First is powered by an 1.2 GHz quad-core Spredtrum7731 chipset, has half a gig of RAM, and 4 GB of storage, plus a microSD slot for expansion. The rear camera is 5 MP, but still does 1080p video, and is paired with a 2 MP fixed-focus frontal shooter. The screen resolution sounds rather disappointing with its 480x800 pixels, but, at 4", it should suffice.
The good news is there is 3G connectivity, and a 1450 mAh battery offering 300 hours standby time and 7 hours talk time should keep the dual SIM Pixi First going for a good while. Alcatel has put some effort in the metallic-looking back covers, which seem shiny, and the Pixi First comes in a choice of four flashy colors: Soft Slate, Metal Silver, Metal Gold and Rose Gold. The phone will be available soon at what should be a rock bottom double digit price tag, if history is any indication.