Acer has shown off its first smart phones.handset at this year's Computex exhibition in Taiwan. The W4's modest specs place it in the middle tier of current
The W4 uses a 1GHz single-core Qualcomm processor, so it's not going to be as snappy as some of its more expensive brethren and may stumble when multitasking. The 3.5-inch touchscreen has a 480x800-pixel resolution, which isn't as retina-searing as that of some other handsets, such as the.
The rear camera has a reasonable 5-megapixel resolution, but photos of the phone suggest it has no front-facing snapper. The case is charmingly shiny, but the phone looks rather chunky overall.
There's no official word concerning the release date or price. We're expecting Mango phones to, though.
When Mango phones do arrive, there should be an avalanche of them. Besides iPhone, though., we expect Fujitsu, ZTE, HTC, Samsung, LG and Dell to cut themselves a delicious slice of Mango. The software will still have a hard time capturing market share from and the
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