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The Alcatel Authority's screen may be a sizable 4.3 inches but only offers a low 800x480-pixel resolution. It also has shallow viewing angles and can be hard to see in bright sunlight.
Crafted from plastic, the Alcatel Authority's frame is solid and has reassuring heft. Its rectangular shape and blunted edges fit comfortably in the hand.
The back, bottom, and top edges of the Alcatel Authority are curved slightly to conform to gripping hands.
A faux-silver metallic trim rings the Alcatel Authority, adding an extra touch of elegance. Here on the left side is the thin volume rocker.
On the back side of the Alcatel Authority sits the main, 5-megapixel camera. A back battery cover sports a nice patterned texture that's easy to grip.
The Alcatel Authority comes with the Muve music-rental service app installed and you can download unlimited tunes if you sign up for a subscription.
The Alcatel Authority runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which has been around for quite some time, and feels like it.
While the Alcatel Authority can snap decent if not excellent pictures, its camera app doesn't offer much in the way of extras.