The CPU must probably be under clocked to save battery life. (Like on original iPhone)
Acer probably under clocked the CPU to save battery, like with the original iPhone.
As a proud owner of HTC hero, I can see that there are still many problem inherit from Android handsets.
512 ROM is not enough once the phone is loaded with apps.
256 RAM without any virtual memory mean the phone will be slow down once its start multi-tasking.
Only 5 hrs talk time because of the same old 1350 mAh battery. I thought Acer would've at least learn something from Hero flaw.
IMO, 19 Oct 2009GSMArena needs to update the specs for this phone... It has a 1 GHz process not a 768 MHz.Actually i'v seen that Acer Liquid has 1Ghz processor too so at the moment i'm not pretty sure if this phone has 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, 768 MHz Snapdragon processor or also i've readen is that it has and ARM processor instead of Snapdragon.
5MP cam with LED flash...
are you guys sure about LED flash, coz i have seen a video on youtube and i didn't find any flash.
GSMArena needs to update the specs for this phone... It has a 1 GHz process not a 768 MHz.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2009Has the actual HSDPA frequencies been announced, or is the listing here and elsewhere pure spe... moreIt'll work with AT&T 3G either way, but the reliability of the 3G signal will be quite different depending on the status of that 850MHz band. I'm guessing it is a 900/1900/2100 phone, to be honest... As that is what all of the other Acer phone are listed as. I get 3G fine in *most* areas on my i8910 here on AT&T. Most areas, but not all, and one of those 3G deadspots seems to be my apartment (where my Nokia E71 and 5800 got perfect 3G signal). So, it's a bit of a toss up. When I'm at home I can use WiFi easily, and when I'm out I usually get 3G, but it isn't a definite thing. I too would love to see any Android phone drop with 850/1900/2100 compatibility.
The 3G compatibility is a bit conflicting here and around the web. I would really love to see this thing running on 850/1900/2100 (North American World Spec), but other sites such as Phone Arena are saying it is Euro World Spec of 900/1900/2100. The US needs an Android phone we can use on AT&T, and I'm sure some of our southern and northern brothers would love to get on some 3G Android action as well. Make it happen, Acer.
Has the actual HSDPA frequencies been announced, or is the listing here and elsewhere pure speculation? I've seen 850/1900/2100 here and 900/1900/2100 on other sites...which one it is makes all the difference as to whether it'll work on ATT or not. Has anyone seen any evidence either way?
16M cloros are for next generation maybe from exeprience manufacturer like samsung or nokia or motorola
256k and 16M colors are comparable..65K is a failure..
i hope its camera is a good shooter