Acer Liquid Mini Passes FCC, AT&T-Bound?


The Acer Liquid Mini has just passed FCC certification, and it’s using AT&T’s 3G bands. Of course, this doesn’t confirm that the Mini will be on AT&T, but I wouldn’t bet on it going anywhere else. If you’re not familiar with the Mini, it’s similar to the Liquid Metal we heard about last fall. The Mini is packing Froyo, a 600MHz processor, 5MP camera, 3.2-inch HVGA display, and 512MB of RAM. The screen isn’t exactly the biggest or the best, but for a low-end Froyo-equipped device, we don’t expect one. If you’re on AT&T and you’re looking for a cost-effective Android device, you might want to take a second look at this one. No word on pricing or a release date, but at least it passed the FCC, right? Check out another picture of the Mini below. Anyone thinking about picking up one of these when it drops?

Source PocketNow

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  • Supsandroid

    Is that the flash there on the bottom of the phone?? What the heck were they thinking putting it there.

  • GadgetNews

    Hi, do you have an update of it price?