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Finally, a phone that's perfect to bring to an EDM festival

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Tons of phones have been announced at Mobile World Congress this year, but none look as electrifying as the Alcatel A5 LED. It features lights on its backside that can be programmed to get the party started.


Whereas some Android phones have an LED light for notifications, the Alcatel A5 LED has 35 large LEDs and hundreds of little ones that can display a variety of different light shows when you get a notification or incoming call.


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The LEDs can even pulse to music like an equalizer. The light effect is similar to the pulsing LED lights on the JBL Pulse speaker. Read more...

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