The CES has stimulated moreover this struggle enraged for dominating the sector of the mobile telephony, with a few manufacturers who are challenged every day to offer smartphone more streamlined, faster and more economical.
The battle is fought in megapixels, low prices and thickness. Some such as Alcatel want to be at the height of the giants of the electronics, and to give the stood out one snatching them the crown that credits them as holder of the skinniest terminal of the world.
Among the string of terminals has presented in the CES 2013 Edition, highlights the powerful Alcatel One Touch Idol Ultra. This smartphone boasts of being the thinnest of its kind, since it has a thickness of just 6.45 mm. Beyond these subtle and graceful proportions, our protagonist looks a generous HD display of 4.7 inch with Super AMOLED technology and resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels.
Account with a dual core processor at 1.2 GHz, to which comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory. In this case, given its thickness, would disappear the microSD card slot. At the controls of the terminal, the operating system is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Already in the multimedia level, the smartphone is equipped with an 8 megapixel sensor on the rear covering and front VGA camera that supports 720p video recording.
Alcatel One Touch Idol Ultra will start its commercial journey in China throughout this month for a price equivalent to $450, about 350 euros to the change of currency. This attractive high-end terminal is likely to soon step on European territory.