By Daniels Ekugo
Alcatel Onetouch has announced the availability of the IDOL 3 smartphone in the Nigerian market.
According to Nick Imudia, Regional Director, Alcatel Onetouch, Nigeria and Central Africa, the flagship product delivers an excellent Android experience with a 5.5inch display screen and an ultra slim body at a very affordable price.
“The IDOL 3 smartphone is packed with the best-in-class components and software, designed with partners who are leaders in their fields. It comes with the award-winning JBL audio with two front-facing speakers and Clari-Fi technology which gives users the power of professional hi-fi audio components in the palm of their hands, to play their own music or stream tracks over the airwaves. I’m confident it will give consumers huge value for their money.
“One of our goals at Alcatel Onetouch is to bring premium quality to affordable price points. With the IDOL 3, we’ve literally turned the market upside down to ensure that the average Nigerian is able to use a premium product. We’ve extensively researched the Nigerian market and discovered that the Nigerians are stylish and their phone is not just for work but also an expression of the personality. The IDOL 3’s premium design, superb sound, and unique reversibility feature makes it the ideal product for the technology savvy and style conscious consumer,” Imudia added.
He said the IDOL 3 has been engineered as a class leader with superb components such as two front facing JBL certified speakers. A next generation sensor supports 13 megapixels of camera prowess for shots in the dark, indoors or for macro close-ups.
“A feature exclusive to the phone is its complete reversibility – users can grab and use their phone upside down.
“The new IDOL 3 is available with a 5.5-inch 1080p display screen powered by a faster octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, along with 2GB RAM. The device comes in 16GB and 32GB storages. It also features a MicroSD card and a 2910 mAh battery. The Alcatel Onetouch IDOL 3 is available to customers in retail outlets, online stores and operator outlets in Nigeria,” he said.
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