The Acer Stream, an Android 2.1-based smartphone, was officially announced by Acer recently, and aims to be a strong competitor for the giants of the smartphone market (like HTC, Apple’s Iphone or Motorola). The device runs on 3.7-inch AMOLED screen, 512MB RAM and 1GHz Snapdragon processor. If the 5-megapixel camera that also records video in 720p is not enough, the Stream has HDMI-out port. It uses HDSPA 7.2MB/s, WiFi n and Bluetooth. Impressed ?
Overall, the latest technological jewel from Acer is a cutting-edge multimedia smartphone, optimized for listening to music, watching movies and enjoying web browsing. All the most popular apps are pre-installed: Nemo player, Acer UrFooz, Facebook and the Twindroid integrated into the address book.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor and the 512MB RAM gives the Acer Stream the speed boost needed to become one of the fastest smartphones on the market. The 3.7-inch AMOLED display is more than enough to please the users also it’s highly sensitive and consumes less energy to preserve the battery life. The operating system behind the Stream is Android 2.1, Éclair. The Stream comes with 2GB of internal Flash memory and an 8GB micro-SD card customizable up to 32GB, so the users can enjoy their favorite multimedia content.
Carriers have not been yet disclosed and no Acer Stream release date was announced just yet but we’ll keep you posted with any news about the Acer Stream in the near future.