Alcatel Unveils the One Touch Scribe X and One Touch Scribe HD LTE smartphones

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Guess who’s making some noise in the ongoing CES 2013 this early? No other than Alcatel, by way of announcing two new smartphones under its Alcatel One Touch Scribe smartphone series. TCL Communications, designer of Alcatel One Touch branded mobile devices just announced the One Touch Scribe X and One Touch Scribe HD LTE, both are advanced smartphones with impressive specs.

The One Touch Scribe is a full-featured android smartphone boasting a 5-inch full HD 1080p display which according to Alcatel is capable of displaying rich graphics impressively. It also features a powerful 12MP camera and a 720p HD front-facing camera. The handset is loaded with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, and some other creative features and accessories that will enable you to create movies, edit photos and connect wirelessly to your TVs. The One Touch Scribe HD LTE on the other hand provides high-speed data performance and comes in a slim form factor. Under the hood it’s basically the same as the Alcatel One Touch Scribe X.

Both the Alcatel One Touch Scribe X and One Touch Scribe HD LTE will be displayed at CES 2013. No words yet as to when these two smartphones will be available in the U.S. market. Likewise, pricing information are still unknown at this time. In the meantime, if you’re attending CES 2013 you might want to check out Alcatel’s booth to see whether these two smartphones are promising enough to merit a U.S. release.

Via [Engadget]

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