Acer Iconia Smart, the super-long gadget we saw at the MWC, is taking its sweet time to get to the European market, but we finally have an estimated arrival date. Acer Germany posted on its Facebook that the Iconia Smart will be arriving on German shelves in September.
In case you've forgotten, the Acer Iconia Smart is an Android smartphone with a whopping 4.8" screen with ultra-wide 19:9 aspect and 1024x480 pixels resolution. It will launch with Android Gingerbread, running on a Snapdragon chipset with a 1GHz Scorpion CPU. It also features an 8MP main camera. For more, check out our hands-on encounter from our MWC 2011 coverage.
The Iconia Smart will sell for €499 ($710) and at least one German web shop has it listed. Exansys UK's web site also has the Iconia Smart for pre-order, but they've announced no details (price, release date, etc.).
If you find the Acer Iconia Smart somewhere else, drop us a line in the comments.
Source (in German)
That phone is looooooooooooooooooooong!!!
But it is nice to have the phone's screen resolution and cinematic display the phone's camera and record a video clip of this device is very thick also was disgusting. I wish very much at the margins of the screen yapsaydı phone screen seem ...