Acer has recently announced a nameless smartphone, powered by Android OS, to be launched in the second quarter of the next year. Acer is referring this handset as “100 percent Smartphone and 100 percent Tablet”, which is having dual cameras too and a super cool chassis. This smartphone was just unveiled in Acer’s Global Press Event in NY.
This nameless smartphone features unknown version of Android(it might be Gingerbread?) and “evolution of Acer UI”. This device will sports 4.8 inch (1024×480 pixels) touchscreen display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8 Megapixels rear camera with LED flash & 720p video shooting capability and 2 Megapixels front side camera for video calls, LED edge lighting, 6-axis Gyroscope + accelerometer. Specifications wise, it could indeed be one of the high-end devices that you look forward to next year.
Connectivity wise, it gives 14.4 Mbps speeds of HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 n, DLNA, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI output, and Dolby digital sound, Adobe flash player 10.1, multi-touch Android browser and more.
Previously, back in October, Acer has announced a Liquid Metal smartphone with Froyo, expected to launch in this month.
Price & Availability
Acer’s new Android powered smartphone with tablet-like format will be releasing in Q2 of 2011 and the pricing details haven’t been announced yet.