Acer has confirmed that its upcoming flagship smartphone will be taking an official bow at the end of this month, during Mobile World Congress 2012.
The Acer CloudMobile is a top-spec handset that’s already received acclaim for its design prowess, having won the iF design award 2012. (Thanks to Pocket-lint for this confirmation.)
In a matter of weeks, the CloudMobile will be officially introduced by Acer at MWC, and is expected to launch during Q3 this year.
Specs wise, you can look forward to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software, a 4.3-inch HD display, Dolby Sound and a slim less than-10mm frame. Also onboard is AcerCloud technology, which is debuting on this smartphone; and the phone “enhances mobile productivity by providing seamless document management”, to top it all off.
So this handset looks set to compete in the premium smartphone market, going head-to-head with the likes of the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3, although it remains to be seen if the CloudMobile will be powered by a quad-core chip.
Do you like the look of the latest Acer device? All should be revealed about the CloudMobile very soon!
MWC 2012 promises to be action-packed, as we know Nvidia has plans to unveil “quad-core firsts” and various manufacturers have big hitters in the pipe line.
We’ve already heard word of a new Sony Xperia smartphone and Samsung Galaxy S phone possibly making an appearance during this year’s event in Barcelona – not to mention all the quad-core handsets rumoured to materialise at MWC. And even today, pictures have surfaced of what could well be the successor to LG’s Optimus 3D device.
Are you excited about the approaching MWC 2012? Which handsets are you hoping show up at the event?