Windows 10 Mobile powered Alcatel Idol 4 Pro takes a trip through GFXBench

Yesterday, an image of the Windows 10 Mobile powered Alcatel Idol 4 Pro leaked. Today, we have a good look at the specs of the phone thanks to a benchmark test of the handset which was run through GFXBench. The Idol 4 Pro will sport a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 820 SoC with a quad-core CPU and the Adreno 530 GPU. 

While the benchmark test shows 2GB of RAM, we believe that the Pro will probably contain 3GB or 4GB of the sweet stuff. 64GB of native storage is inside, according to GFXBench, and a 20MP camera adorns the back of the unit. A 9MP selfie shooter graces the front of the handset. Windows 10 Mobile is pre-installed.

The Alcatel Idol 4 Pro will reportedly launch with support for Continuum. This allows the user to employ the Microsoft Display Dock to hook the handset up to a monitor, QWERTY keyboard and mouse. This essentially turns the phone into a desktop computer. Pricing and availability is unknown at the moment, but T-Mobile is expected to offer the device in the U.S.

source: GFXBench via Techlabor.hu (translated)

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