Ano, 24 Feb 2012What does God have to do with this? 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).
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2012If any of you actually read it then you would note it says that the handset taken to the press... moreSince 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)
okay, that just sample prototype phone with capacitive button, but if retail really like that, iF have to take back that award
its already said its a prototype device . the press release wont have the captive buttons on it . please read the news carefully
If any of you actually read it then you would note it says that the handset taken to the press release did not have capacative buttons and that the capacative buttons were only on a prototype.
lol, the acer "could"mobile. maybe if they try just a little harder...
Why would it have both on screen and captive buttons? Doesn't make sense!!!
Stupid stupid stupid.. if it has capacitive keys Why the ICs bottom thing! waste of space! it has capasitive keys! so it sin needed! Stupid!!!!
Please correct the main line of the post...its cloud not could....
Nice conventional design with reasonable specs. However, the on screen control should be disable to maximise screen estate since it already had 4 shortcut capacitive button below.
Why, for God's sake, does that phone have virtual software buttons like the Nexus, when it has 4 physical capacitive keys?