Well here is some more for you. It seems that Acer has just announced four smart phones of their very own. The phones show up on the heels of their purchase of Eten and while one was announced by Eten before the purchase the others appear to e new projects.
All four phones offer some very good features and show promising specs.
The pricing and time will tell if they will have a big impact on the market or not.
Read more here at Fudzilla.
First up is the DX900 which was announced by Eten before the Acer takeover. This is a dual SIM model which has one 3G radio with HSDPA support, tri-band 3G (850, 1900 and 2100MHz) and quad-band GSM as well as a tri-band GSM radio with 900, 1800 and 1900MHz support. This should be a great handset for those that do a lot of travelling, as it would allow you to purchase a local pre-pay SIM card for cheap calls.
The DX900 is powered by a 533MHz Samsung SC3 6400 processor, it has 128MB of RAM and 256MB of ROM. The screen measures 2.8-inches and it has a 480x640 resolution. Other features include a 3Megapixel camera, built in GPS, an accelerometer, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR and a microSD card slot.
It's a bit chunky at 17mm thick and 147g, but the dual SIM functionality might be enough to make this a good seller for Acer. You can find the product page here
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