The first Acer Android phone gets a new facelift and new OS version as well. The hardware is the same as in the regular model, and this special edition phone with bluetooth headset and pouch in Ferrari colors is celebrating the 800th race of the Formula 1 Ferrari team. The software portion of the phone has minor changes as well, new user interface, cool desktop wall papers and music resembling the Ferrari engine.
Expect a review of the Android 2.1 powered Special Edition Liquid E soon… Check out the exclusive high resolution images in the following gallery and the full review of Liquid previously on our blog.
The X960 is an all-purpose tool designed for those who want multiple features without having to carry several devices. A high-resolution 2.8-inch VGA touchscreen and five-way navigation button allow easy maneuvering. The intuitive widget-based user interface provides quick access to all your contacts, emails and messages, browser and bookmarks, calendar and events, date and time, world weather and music player. Windows Outlook and Office mobile allow for quick email access and easy reading of attachments.
The embedded GPS functionality provides reliable positioning and easy navigation with software available through retailers. The X960 comes with a VGA 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with flash as well as a front-side camera for video calls and a classy black and silver design.
Sleek and compact, the X960 is ideal for quick access to all your navigation needs.
These were the Acer official information, but double check our video review if you are interested. This video is featuring comparison of all three Acer phones dx900, f900 and x960 and still our favourite HTC diamond.
The new Acrt F900 is the iPhone look-a-like, with a 3.8in touch-screen display. It beats Apple’s baby in terms of resolution, though, at 480x800 compared to the iPhone’s 320x480.
Slim and Smart Internet
The F900 was developed to give total control over web browsing on the go. With a 3.8-inch WVGA touch screen and new easy-to-use touch keyboard, the F900 is able to display more information on screen while offering an excellent mobile browsing experience. The new user-interface makes navigating through the device a pleasure, providing quick links to contacts, email messages, bookmarks, calendars, date and time, world weather and music. The F900 comes also with an integrated 3.2-megapixel auto-focus camera with flash, GPS, FM Radio, voice recorder, voice command, and expandable memory.
The F900 is the perfect solution for stylish Internet connectivity anywhere.
As Acer states, double connectivity and convenience.
The DX900 is the world’s first Dual-SIM Smartphone to support both 3.5G (HSDPA) and 2.75G (EDGE) SIM cards allowing you to keep track of both personal and business communications. The touch screen allows effortless one-hand navigation while the ultra-sharp 2.8 inch VGA display improves the web browsing experience. The DX900 has a new interface designed for easy navigation with large finger-friendly buttons for a smooth browsing experience. It also features 3D animated icons and transition effects with all your most important information displayed on one screen. The speed dial panel features photo contacts for most frequently used numbers
With Outlook Mobile email client you can access your business email and easily read attachments. For easy management of two phone lines and multiple wireless connections, the DX900 is equipped with an intuitive communication manager including a Flight Mode button to instantly turn off all wireless connections while each individual function can also be activated or disabled with the press of a button. The DX900 features a front-side VGA camera for video calls, voice recorder, voice-command, 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera with flash and expandable memory.
Combining 2 phones in one, the DX900 is dually perfect for your professional and personal life.
It seams that the year of 2009 will be Application Store Year. After a huge success by Apple, and announcements from Nokia (Ovi Store), Microsoft, PocketGear even Acer is looking to get into the game in order to support the new models. According to Mobile Entertainment, Acer reiterated its commitment to the smartphone market with four new handsets, and a pledge to launch a ‘double-digit’ device range in 2009. The new phones are code-named F1, L1, C1 and E1.
Acer, the third largest vendor in the global PC market (source: Gartner data, 1H 2008) is introducing a new line of smartphones with a broad range of features and innovations. These first devices are mainly targeted at consumers who want to make use of excellent technology both for their personal and their professional needs. After the acquisition of Eten it has continued development of the former Glofiish line of products. Another strong player in the PDA smartphone market, at least we hope so.