Today we came across two yet unannounced Acer phones - the DX650 and X960. Both devices run on WinMo 6.1, but the real highlight is the bizarre dual-sided form factor of DX650.
Even though both devices see rather chubby and ugly as they could possibly be, the Acer DX650 and X960 are both well equipped with GPS, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, miniUSB and microSD card slot. Some other stuff they have in common is the 533MHz Samsung S3C6410 CPU with hardware graphics acceleration, the 256 MB of ROM and 128 MB RAM. While X960 is equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera, the DX650 has only a 2 megapixel snapper.
The most interesting thing about the Acer DX650 is its dual-sided nature. From the one side it sports a standard numeric keypad and a 1.27” monochrome OLED display with 128 x 96 pixel resolution.
On the other side the DX650 looks like a classic PDA with its 2.8” QVGA toucscreen display. The phone also has a jog-dial key on one side.
The other phone, Acer X960, has the same 2.8-inch display but with higher VGA (640 x 480 pixels) resolution.
If you are a WinMo fan, you probably know by now that Acer are baking a big announcement of several new smart devices at the MW 2009, which is due in less than a week. As you can guess - the DX650 and X960 are most probably a part of that announcement and we'll get a chance to spot them live.
looks cool with dual face...
around 50% slimming and a little more upgrade of specs may do. but with what i currently see at the market right now from the pros... hmmm, maybe next time, Acer, sorry.
Abort mission! Abort mission! Dear God, what were they thinking?