Compact Alcatel OneTouch Flash 2 will be announced next month

Compact Alcatel OneTouch Flash 2 will be announced next month
Almost 1 year ago, Alcatel released a smartphone called OneTouch Flash, presenting it as a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo competitor (though it didn't have a stylus). Now, Alcatel is getting ready to unveil a OneTouch Flash 2.

The new OneTouch Flash will be officially announced next month, and Alcatel already posted a teaser image of it - seen below. There aren't too many details about the new handset, but we can see that it has something to do with "the power of green", and its rear camera may have a circular flash. Also, the smartphone seems to be sporting a 5-inch display - which is interesting, since the first OneTouch Flash had a 5.5-inch screen. Well, plenty of smartphone users still prefer screens measuring around 5 inches anyway.

Besides the original OneTouch Flash (pictured above), Alcatel also released a OneTouch Flash Plus. Both are powered by octa-core MediaTek processors, and are available only in South East Asia. At the moment, we don't know if the OneTouch 2 will be launched in more regions, but it's worth mentioning that many Alcatel-branded smartphones are being sold all over the world, including in the US and Europe.

The OneTouch Flash 2 will be announced by Alcatel during a live event on September 22. We'll see then if this is an interesting handset (as it seems to be from the teaser image), or just another device that can hardly impress anyone.

Compact Alcatel OneTouch Flash 2 will be announced next month

source: Alcatel via Blog of Mobile (translated)

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4 Comments

1. Hashed unregistered

Seems to have a camera dedicated button.

2. arch_angel

Posts: 1651; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Makes You Wonder If The Phone Will Be Camera Oriented.

3. javy108

Posts: 1004; Member since: Jul 27, 2014

Camera oriented phone but their cameras suck.

4. willy42

Posts: 36; Member since: Mar 02, 2015

Question for the readers: Doesn't Nokia now own Alcatel-Lucent? And shouldn't we then see Nokia phones soon?

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