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Alcatel Pixi 5 Tablet with 8″ Display & 4,000 mAh battery spotted on FCC

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Alcatel is which is quite popular in North American markets is known for launching a bunch of smartphones. The company recently just launched the new Pixi 4 devices which come in multiple screen sizes. On the same lines, now it looks like the company is planning on launching a new device very soon. Yes, according to the new reports which we have, one of the new upcoming device from the smartphone has now been spotted on FCC.

According to the new reports which we have, the new Alcatel Pixi 5 has been spotted on FCC i.e Federal Communication Commission. If you are aware of the brand, then you might already be aware of their Pixi lineup of devices. This new Pixi 5 is going to be the newest offering in the lineup which is expected to bring in some huge improvements. Talking about the specs, we are looking at an 8-inch display on the front. This by itself is larger than the predecessor i.e the pixi 4. The pixi 4 sports a 7-inch display for reference.

While the other specs are not available right now, we hope that it will be an improvement as well. One thing which we know is that the Pixi 5 will sport both CDMA and GSM bands. This means that it will be compatible with all the major carriers in the U.S. And not just that, it also has LTE and SIM supports and there is an SD card expansion slot as well.

Another thing which we learned about the device is that it will carry a 4,000 mAh battery. This should be enough to keep it powered through an entire day easily without any issues. With that, we hope that this will be running on Android 7.0 nougat out of the box. That should help it last a bit more as far as the battery life is concerned. Having said that, we would like to know your thought on this. Would you be interested getting your hands on this device? Be sure to let us know by dropping a comment down below and also, stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more info like this.

Source – FCC

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