The lesser-known Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer, Acer, has churned out a few handsets this year, all running Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
Whispers of Acer’s first Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) handset are emerging, something called the Acer V360, and it sounds, uhm, fine, I guess.
As you may have gathered from that less-than-enthusiastic introduction, Acer V360 specs aren’t worth getting overly excited about.
For starters, we have a 4.5in qHD display (960 x 540), a mystery dual-core 1GHz processor, 5MP rear camera and VGA front shooter, 3G connectivity, and Jelly Bean (Android 4.1).
The Acer V360 weighs in – literally – at 140g, with dimensions of 132.0 x 68.5 x 9.9mm.
It’s not clear where or when the Acer V360 will be launched (CES and MWC are right around the corner, of course), though it’ll reportedly be available in both black and white.
Japanese site Blog of Mobile reckons Acer V360 price will be around $300, which translates to roughly £185. Excited?
via: Unwired View