The Acer’s Liquid A1 device has been smashing company predictions and expects its smartphone sales to total around 2 to 3 million units this year, according to Gianfranco Lanci, president of the Taipei-based company.
Acer expects to ship at least 250,000 Liquid handsets by the end of this quarter, which is way ahead of the initial expectations of 150,000 to 200,000. “Liquid is doing much better than our expectation,” Lanci said in an interview “This is why we’re a little bit short of supply.”
Seems like Acer has been doing well for themselves, does anyone prefer the Liquid A1 and Acer’s UI in comparison to some of the competitors out there? It will be interesting to see if Acer continues to supersede their predictions. Check out the rest of the interview with Gianfranco Lanci at Business Week.
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