Alcatel A5 Led in the Hands: Disco Smart Phone with Led

The name says it: with the Alcatel A5 LED the French manufacturer Alcatel has introduced a new entry-level Smart phone, whose showing above-feature is a reverse from a variety of colorful flashing LEDs. We have looked at more closely the disco-phone within the framework of the MWC 2017.

In a completely overcrowded smart phone market, it is increasingly difficult to stand out by conventional means from the ground for smaller manufacturers. Is TCL also aware of this, which is why that would score Alcatel A5 LED of the Chinese manufacturer with specifications, but with an unusual cover.

Alcatel A5 LED with programmable light-emitting diodes

The back can be optional with a LED cover load of 5.2-inch smart phones namely on which a variety of LEDs depending on the intended use in a wide variety of colors are housed, and flashing patterns. Whether for calls, text messages, alarm clock, and more: for each notification type, the user can create a custom LED pattern. “Color catcher 2.0”, the LEDs can put even a daily-changing light show and who also visually underscore his favorite song is let, can’t let the LEDs will illuminate according to the rhythm of the song. Alternatively, there’s more cover, which include among other things a battery pack or an external speaker.

Away from the innovative light gimmick that has Alcatel A5 LED but only Smart phone costume from the low end sector. Resolves the mentioned 5.2-inch display with a lean HD resolution. Strong MediaTek eight core processor coupled with 2 GB ensures performance a 1.5 GHz RAM. The internal flash memory is 16 GB and can be expanded via microSD slot. A 8 MP camera on the back of other facilities include, a Selfie Knipse with 5 MP, a 2,800 mAh powerful battery and Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the operating system.

Alcatel A5 LED: Technical data at a glance

Alcatel A5 LED: Price and availability

The Alcatel A5 LED to come for $199 in the German market. An exact release date for the blinking LED Smart phone is still out.