Acer to announce CloudMobile at MWC 2012

Acer to announce CloudMobile at MWC 2012

There are number of Android powered devices available on the market right now, but not all of them are beautiful enough to catch your eye. If someone asks me about the most attractive Android device, I would say it without any hesitation that it’s Xperia Arc. However, I may need to reconsider this after reviewing the Acer CloudMobile.Have a look on the beauty:

The phone is set to release in Q3 2012 with Android 4.1, a 4.3 inch 720p resolution display, Dolby Sound and that’s all we know right now. You can expect a dual-core processor and around 1 GB RAM under the hood. Oh, and it’s only 10mm thick.

As the name suggests, the phone will be the first to offer Acer Cloud technology. The hardware is jaw-dropping, no doubt, but what about the software? It’s running Android 4.1 but is the phone featuring Acer’s custom UI? No word on that right now, but if it does come with a custom interface, then I hope it will be as amazing as the design of it.

Folks, I am really looking forward to this beauty, so don’t forget to share your thoughts about this device in the comment box below. More info will be out at the MWC.

Source: Pocket-Lint

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