The Acer CloudMobile was recently shown off at an event in Milan, Italy to the press. The folks at Cellular Magazine who attended the event thankfully managed to get a hands-on video of the device in action. Unfortunately, the video is not in English but you can get a decent idea about the phone.
The Acer CloudMobile is easily the most interesting phone to have come out of Acer. In fact, it won an iF design award even before it was officially launched. But it's not just the design that's great about it. The CloudMobile also comes loaded with some pretty great features.
For starters there is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich available out of the box, which instantly earns it major brownie points. Next it has a 4.3-inch, 720p display with on-screen virtual controls, just like on the Galaxy Nexus. The device in the video above also has a separate row of capacitive keys below the display but that can be excused since it is a prototype device. The device shown in the press images does not have these extra keys.
Next there is a 1.5GHz dual-core processor on the inside, 8 megapixel camera, HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity.
The phone is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress next week, which is when we will find out more about it.
hahahahaha...........i could die laughing at this troll!!
What is the significance of the 'cloud' reference in the name? It can't seriously be a phone with all data stored in the cloud (as opposed to synchronised with a cloud).
Since most people on here can barely string together a cohesive sentence I would assume they didn't bother reading the text, just looked at the pictures like any illiterate troll would!!! lmao ;o)