MT6595 powered Alcatel One Touch D820 with QHD display gets benchmarked

Hot on the heels of compatriots such as Vivo and OPPO is Alcatel, international wing of China’s TCL with a smartphone that touts (you guessed it)… a 2560 x 1440p aka QHD display.

Found on the GFXBench database earlier today, the Alcatel One Touch D820 is a smartphone that is expected (or not?) to feature a rather generous QHD resolution on a small-ish 4.6-inch screen. If true, the One Touch D820 will require you to be a superhuman in order to discern between pixels, because they’re going to be packed insane tight. A quick calculation returns a figure of 638ppi, something so high, it’ll hurt your eyes.

The fact that the device is listed with a QHD display sort of speaks volumes, and that it is going to be a flagship. For that, Alcatel have included 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a MediaTek MT6595 processor that should not only give it some much needed power under the hood, but also keep costs low thanks to mass manufacture and other factors.

See:Details of 3 upcoming MediaTek LTE processors

Other than that, this super phone is expected to feature Android v4.4 KitKat out of the box (quite a win when you consider the chipset that’s powering it) and LTE support of course.

Even though GFXBench says the rear camera is a 7 mega-pixel sensor, we’re told it usually underestimates camera resolutions. We’d put our money on a 13 mega-pixel sensor at least; even anything above that shouldn’t be a surprise considering trends from the recent past.


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