Looks like the Revvl may not be the only own-brand Android phone that T-Mobile has in the works.
Images of what’s called the T-Mobile Alchemy have made their way online. Shared by Android Authority, they show an Android phone with T-Mobile branding, a dual rear camera setup, and a rear fingerprint reader. We can also see what appear to be capacitive navigation buttons on the front of the Alchemy. The Alchemy is said to be made by Coolpad.
Most of the Alchemy’s spec details are still a mystery, but it’s said that the phone features a microSD card slot, a microUSB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It’s rumored to run a stock version of Android, but unsurprisingly, it’s said that a T-Mobile app or two might be preinstalled.
Also unclear is when the T-Mobile Alchemy might launch or how much it’ll cost when it does. T-Mo has sold a few Coolpad devices in the past and they were all pretty affordable, though, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Alchemy come to market with a budget-friendly price as well.