Alcatel's new A3 XL is a massive phone at an entry level price with midrange specs.
It has a slim design with a plastic exterior and a 6 inch screen.
And with a screen this size, a 720 resolution can start to look a little bit pixellated once you get into video content.
It comes with an eight megapixel primary camera.
And a five megapixel front camera that can record up to 720 pixel videos.
You'll also notice a fingerprint scanner on the back which is not very common for phones for this price range.
It's also running the latest version of Android Nougat and comes with a quad-core 1.1 gigahertz process.
It doesn't come with a lot of on board storage but you can expand up to 32 gigabytes with an SD card.
It also comes with a large battery to match at 3,000.
The A3XL will launch in [UNKNOWN], Asia, and Europe in Q1 of this year.
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