Earlier we heard, Acer is planning to launch a new smartphone, dubbed as Acer CloudMobile, is the company’s first phone equipped with ‘Acer Cloud’ processing service, as its name suggests. The system is designed to enable users to access media and documents stored on their home PCs seamlessly via their smartphones, even when the PC is sleeping. While the device is expected to hit shelves in Q3 2012, as early as July, more information about the CloudMobile has been emerged.
Acer CloudMobile will apparently be running Android 4.1, making it possibly the first announced device to do so at launch. Other features include a 1.5GHz dual-core processor; the phone is equipped with 4.3-inch 720p resolution HD touch screen.
Running on HSPA+ 3G networks, the smartphone is also rumored to be 10mm thin, and Dolby audio supported.
More information should unveil at Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain, that we’re waiting to share with you.