Acer Intros Flagship Android Smartphone with 4.8-Inch Display

November 24, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Acer has introduced its next generation smartphone with a dual personality which makes it a tablet and smartphone at the same time. With a large 4.8″ widescreen of 21:9 aspect ratio, this Android powered device gives you excellent browsing and visual experience.

Designed slightly curvy, the full metal body exemplifies perfection in visual appeal as well as safe portability. The 8 megapixel camera on the rear is assisted with an LED Flash to give you clear pictures and 720p HD videos. The 2MP front camera enables high quality IP video calling.

Giving you the complete tablet experience, its 4.8 inch screen delivers web pages without any resizing. Enabled with HSDPA @14.4, WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0, it is a connectivity device for browsing on the go and faster data transfers.

The clear.fi media sharing system from Acer integrated with this device helps you control multimedia content in your home environment in other compatible devices like PCs, laptops and phones through WiFi.

With the Dolby Mobile technology sound quality, the DLNA technology and the HDMI output, it helps you connect to your TV to watch videos captured by you on a big screen. The 1GHz Snapdragon processor coupled with 6-axis motion sensing (Gyroscope + accelerometer) makes it a real game console too. No exact clues on price or pre-orders, but is expected to hit markets in April next year.

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