Acer V350 and V360 leaked, looks promising


Acer is out of the smartphone game from a time now, but it seems they are planning to come back with a blast. Today, we got some details about two Acer Android powered phones, and both are packing some good goodies under the hood. Lets talk about the Acer V360 first: it will be running on Jelly Bean a.k.a Android 4.1,  a 4.5 inch qHD (960 x 540) display, 1-GHz Dual Core processor, 5MP rear camera with VGA front-facing camera for video chatting. It will come in two colors and will cost around $300, and right now, the release date and release market is unknown at the moment.

Acer-V360-Android-jelly-BeanThe second device is Acer V350, and this one is surprisingly better in specs. It was spotted at GLBenchmark, and mostly devices show up their before being officially announced. What we know right now is that it is running on a dual-core Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 chip clocked at 1.5GHz, a display with resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels, though the size of it is unknown. And the good news is that it is running on Android 4.1.2.


That is all we know about these two device. The only guess I can make right now is that Acer will probably launch it at the CES 2013 next month in Las Vegas. So, are you looking forward to them?

Via: PhoneArena / UV


  1. Coming back? Perhaps they made smartphones for Europe, but I was not aware of any models here in the US. I would suspect that the code named V350 is a 5-inch model since it has the 720p screen, rather than the 1080p screen that the Note II has. I’m happy with my Note II that has all of the bells and whistles, but as my DISH coworker points out, I don’t really need them. I know that even though I watch a lot of TV with my phone and DISH Remote Access app that I can get along with a much less powerful phone, but I like the large screen. The Sling Adapter I have at home sends the TV through the internet and I pick it up on my Note II or iPad at work or on the go, which helps me watch more TV than I used to watch.