Alcatel One Touch Idol X+

Back at CES the Alcatel One Touch Idol X+ was announced with little fanfare, destined for the giant market that is China. Today a friendly tipster sent in a couple pictures and some info about the upcoming AT&T version. It's no top-tier device, but at the right price it might be interesting.

The Idol X+ was announced with 4.2 Jelly Bean, running on a 2GHz octa-core CPU with 2GB of RAM. The Android version has changed, and AT&T's version will launch with Android 4.4.2. The 1080p 5-inch display hasn't changed, nor has the fact that there is no LTE support on this model. There is an SD card slot, though, and this test unit came with JBL headphones.

We've no idea of any dates or pricing, but we're going to guess soon and cheap. We're on the lookout for something official from AT&T.

Thanks, Anon!

 

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Alcatel One Touch Idol X+ leaked for AT&T

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Terrible phones. My wife made that mistake last year with a One Touch Idol. Today are the devices that seem to ruin Android's reputation.

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I have Idol X, and it eats nexus 4, and galaxy s4 for breakfast. Sure Idol without "X" can't compare.

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Should have cleaned the screen before taking pictures, very messy work. JBL head phones, nice, better than the beats crap that apple has.

All AT&T devices MUST have LTE category 4 or higher moving forward, its a mandate for VoLTE which they desperately need for HD Voice. This device will have LTE *IG* it launches on AT&T. If its for Cricket, thats a different story and Id bet money thats where this is going.

AT&T only purchases LTE smartphones now. Any smartphone without LTE in their line up are legacy devices slowly being phased out.

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