We have just begun to learn about the Acer Liquid Stream, a handset that we snapped a pic of last week at Google I/O and that the guys at AndroidFrance uncovered a bit of dirt on, and now the phone has made its way through the FCC, showing off a bit more of its details in the process.
What we can gather about the Liquid Stream:
- GSM 850/1900 MHz
- 5 megapixel camera
- 720p recording
- Snapdragon processor
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- 1400 mAh battery
- HDMI out
Sure the name is a little redundant (I suppose there can be other types of streams), but this new Acer Android is shaping up to not be a half bad handset. It finds itself in the precarious situation of several other devices, having been designed with Android 2.1 in mind but coming to market after the release of Android 2.2. We can only hope they all get their updates in due time.
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