MWC is just weeks away, and it seems like every day we’re talking about another smartphone we’re hoping to see launch at the expo. Yesterday we checked out some unannounced hardware from Alcatel OneTouch, as the company accidentally posted some early info about both the Idol 4 and Idol 4S, ahead of an expected MWC launch. It turns out that was just the opening act, and today we’re turning our attention to a new leak that attempts to reveal even more AOT hardware due for an MWC debut, with the revelation of the Pop 4, Pop 4S, and Pop 4 Plus.

The Pop 4 (bottom) looks like the lowest end of the trio, with a five-inch 720p screen, Snapdragon 210 SoC, 1GB or 1.5GB of RAM, and 8GB or 16GB storage. Camera setup also varies, with the phone getting either a 13/8MP or 8/5MP pair.

Alcatel OneTouch steps things up ever so slightly for the Pop 4 Plus (above, right), which gets a 5.5-inch 720p display, another Snapdragon 210, and 1.5GB of RAM with 16GB storage. Camera options appear to be the same as on the Pop 4.

Finally, we’ve got the Pop 4S (above, left), with a 5.5-inch 1080p panel, MediaTek Helio P10 SoC, and 2GB of RAM. Internal storage options should come in at both 16GB and 32GB, and while all 4S variants will arrive with a 13MP main camera, the 16GB model should have a 5MP front-facer, while the 32GB edition goes with an 8MP sensor. The Pop 4S gets its juice from a 2960mAh battery.

All three Pop 4 models should ship running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.


Source: (Google Translate)
Via: GSM Arena

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