Alcatel Idol Pro 4 rumored to be powered by Snapdragon 820 and sport 4GB of RAM

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Alcatel recently unveiled an affordable Windows 10 Mobile smartphone, the Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL, along with its first ever 2-in-1 Windows 10 Device, the Alcatel Plus 10. But apparently, the company isn’t satisfied with offering just one mid-range Windows 10 device — it wants to get into the flagship market, too.

After this year’s CES in January, Alcatel promised that it would deliver a flagship phone (or as they called it, a “Superphone”) later this year in order to compete with the best Windows 10 Mobile devices out there. That flagship phone will reportedly be called the Alcatel Idol Pro 4, and ever since its announcement people have been speculating on the device’s possible specifications.

And now, the Alcatel Idol Pro’s specifications have reportedly been revealed: NokiaPowerUser claims they have a list of the device’s final specifications.

Alcatel Idol Pro 4 Specifications?

Apparently, the Alcatel Idol Pro 4 will be powered a Snapdragon 820 processor along with a 6-inch, fully HD screen — with the possibility that the device will end up having a 2K screen).It will feature 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, possibly running Windows 10 Mobile RS 1. When it comes to cameras, this device is going to be a real sharp shooter, with a 22 megapixel rear camera and a 10 megapixel camera on the front.

As NPU says, these specifications have been taken from the prototype. While the company could easily change the final specs, this list gives us some idea of how powerful the Alcatel Idol Pro 4 will be. Of course, as soon as we have more details or official specifications, we’ll let you know.

The device’s pricing and the release date are still unknown, but if it’s indeed powered by the first Redstone update for Windows 10 Mobile, we can expect it to hit the stores sometime after the update is released.

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