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?

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  1. Supsandroid
    January 13, 03:08 Reply

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

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