We found this phone sitting inside the display case alongside its huge army of Android big brethren during last week’s Google I/O conference. Before then, we’d never heard of the Acer Liquid Stream, and all we could walk away with is a name and a picture of how the phone looks (and it doesn’t look bad at all, I’ll add).
Android France seems to have stumbled across some information from their Acer source that will kick off the countdown to more official information on the device. First, they expect that the phone will be launched sometime in October of 2010. It’ll also come stock with Android 2.1 (bummer, right?) but that’s probably because Acer’s been building a brand new custom user interface which has been in the works since before the announcement of Froyo.
We’re expecting more details to come from Android France soon, and we’ll let you know when they do bring us more.
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