The Alcatel One Touch Hero (we’ll be calming down on the caps for the rest of this article, for sanity’s sake) brings on a 6-inch display with Full HD (that’s 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution) with full Oleophobic coating across its glass covering to avoid fingerprints. This device also works with “full lamination” as the other Alcatel device today was revealed to have.Inside you’ve got an unnamed quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal memory OR 8GB of internal memory. If you’re working with the smaller storage size, you also only get one SIM card slot, while the 16GB edition works with dual-SIM capabilities. There’s also a microSD card slot for up to 32GB cards, and the battery inside is kicked up to 3400 mAh capacity. This device also comes with optional (though we’re not sure how at the moment) specifications as follows: gyro sensor, HD Voice, and NFC. All Hero models work with DLNA, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS with A-GPS.
There’s an Alcatel TV Link device that allows you to instantly wirelessly mirror your device’s display – we must assume this works with Miracast. There’s a set of inductive wireless charger units available for this device that require you use a special case (one of several for this device) to allow charge to enter through the pins on the back right-side of the device (you’ll see them below this paragraph).
These pins also allow the attachment of the MagicFlip case which allows you to get notifications with a series of LED lights that shine through the front of it. This case will be coming in blue or in black –
meanwhile the Hero will be coming in white, black, or blue.