Details cloudy on Acer's first smartphone

By Luke Edwards on Feb 14, 2012 8:05 AM
Filed under Mobility

Android 4.1 dual-core.

Acer is to step into the smartphone battlefield with its own stunner of a mobile called CloudMobile at Mobile World Congress, according to DigiTimes.

So far the Acer CloudMobile's specs are rumoured to include a qHD 4.3in screen, 1.5GHz dual-core heart and Android 4.1 OS, not to mention a glossy premium design. The big sell is that it will have access to Acer's cloud servers meaning your storage capacity is immediatly vaster than the phone itself.

It might want for power in the company of, say, the HTC Endeavour, but we'd expect Acer's first smartphone to get a more attractive price than HTC's top-whack mobile. Check our MWC coverage for full details the moment they’re revealed.

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