A new Acer Google Android smartphone has broken cover today, courtesy of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.
Apparently named the E110 this handset has yet to be officially confirmed by Acer, but the fact that Mobile World Congress is just around the corner and Acer’s promise last year of more Android handsets is pretty likely that this is to be announced next week.
Information is pretty scare at this time, but the leak did provide an image of the device (see left) and confirms that it is to be 3G enabled and be of a bar type form factor.
The Acer E110 will support GSM Quad band ( 850, 900, 1800, 1900 ), GPRS ( Class 12 ) , EGPRS ( Class 12 ) , UMTS ( Band I & VIII or Band II & V ) , and HSDPA on Android platform.
There will be additional support for both GPS and AGPS.
The leak also stated that the product will be available in the following regions: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.
It is only a few days until we no doubt get confirmation of this being their next product, and we shall bring the news, either way as and when we have it.