Acer CloudMobile Ice Cream Sandwich phone ready for MWC
Acer has no qualms about sharing its Mobile World Congress smartphone plans ahead of the show. In fact, it's boasting.
Well, well, well. Acer has already won an award for a phone that few in the mobile industry knew existed.
The electronics maker issued a press release today sharing its iF design award for the Acer CloudMobile, an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone that the company plans to launch later this month at Mobile World Congress.
Although it'll pack Android's newest operating system, Acer isn't positioning the CloudMobile device as just another Android phone. Instead, expect to hear a pitch about securely grabbing personal information through AcerCloud, an online home for photos, music, and documents shared by your Acer PCs, tablets, and phones.
Acer didn't reveal more details about the hardware itself, but according to Pocket-lint, it's expected to sport a 4.3-inch HD display, 10mm thick profile (0.4 inch), and Dolby sound. Acer does note that it'll be released in Q3, but didn't share which countries would see its first AcerCloud-compatible smartphone.