Acer Stream

Last updated: Dec 6th, 2010.

The Acer Stream is Acer's powerhouse addition to the Android lineup. Rockin' a 3.7 inch screen and a 1GHz processor, this phone can keep up with the best of them. Its design is quite unique up against Acer's other products with a home button on the left being the device's only hardware navigation button.

Add to the mix a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video recording, an FM radio, and 2 gb of internal storage and this phone could definitely be one of the big players.  Don't forget about those music controls at the bottom, something music fans will get a kick out of. The Acer Stream is a fine choice for anyone who likes music or just needs a nice phone.

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Acer Stream to Launch on August 9th Instead, Still £399

Retailer Expansys was the first to announce the Acer Stream’s availability where they pegged its landing date as August 3rd. Their page now says August 7th, but Acer’s officially announced it with a press release of their own stating that August 9th is the date to look forward to for anyone excited about the device. …

Expansys Selling the Acer Stream Exclusively on August 3rd

Acer’s finally ready to release the Acer Stream, and they’re doing it through UK retailer Expansys. The device – announced back in late May – is equipped with a 3.7-inch capacitive AMOLED display, will come preloaded with Android 2.1 and Acer’s custom interface, a 1GHz processor, HDMI, 720p video recording capabilities, and more. The device …

Acer Stream Gets Previewed at Computex

The Acer Stream became official only last week, but the device was on hand at Computex 2010 to show off its fancy AMOLED display and Snapdragon processor. Engadget got hands on with the device, saying that “build quality was remarkable, and the screen was downright luscious.” The phone also feels lighter in-hand than some of …