The Alcatel, at CES 2013 show, debuted its new Scribe-series of high-end Smartphones, and the first devices getting introduced in the lineup are the One Touch Scribe HD and One Touch Scribe X. Coupled with 1GB of RAM, the both 5-inch devices run Android version of Jelly Bean 4.1.2.
Coming to the difference; the Alcatel’s One Touch Scribe HD packs a 1280x720p IPS panel, while the One Touch Scribe X offers a high-end 1080p panel on the same 5-inch display. From the HD’s 1.2GHz quad-core chip, the company has included a slightly faster 1.4GHz quad-core processor in the Scribe X version of the handset. Moreover, from the HD’s 8MP camera, the X grabs a higher 12MP shooter; while alongside the 2500 mAh battery, the 4GB storage and 720p HD front-facers remain the same on both devices.
Separately, there’ll also be an LTE version of the Scribe HD, which will house much the same specs except for the faster modem, as we’re told. Priced at $400, the Scribe HD is set for US availability in Q3. Stay tuned for additional details.