A Few Acer Liquid Stream Details
There were a handful of phones on display at last week’s Google I/O which have yet to cross our radar. As good of a job as we think we do in keeping up with handsets, there are plenty out there we’ve yet to cover. One such handset is the Acer Liquid Stream. With only a display model behind a case to tease us, we were left to guess the specs. That was until we talked to a little birdy.
According to our tipster, the Acer Liquid Stream currently runs Android 2.1 and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip although the speed wasn’t 100 percent known. We’d like to assume it’s the full 1GHz, but it could be underclocked to 768MHz. The phone also features a 5 megapixel camera that records in 720p with HDMI output, Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS. We’ll be doing our best to piece together the rest of the picture so check back often!
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