Acer Stream may persuade people to sell their old mobile
6 August 2010 — 6:37 PM
If you are looking to sell your mobile phone, Acer's new smartphone handset, the Acer Stream could be the ideal replacement due to its features.
The device is taking on the likes of HTC and Samsung, which are behind the popular Desire and Galaxy S respectively, and brings even greater choice in the Android-based market.
According to T3 The Gadget Website, the high end offering from Acer, which is more recognised for its computers, "has put itself directly in the firing line" of powerful competition by "going heavy" on multimedia elements.
It's offering of 720p HD video and Android 2.1, not only pits it against the aforementioned mobile phones, but also the Motorola Milestone XT720, all of which provide these features.
Launching on August 9th, the Stream will be available SIM-free exclusively via eXpansys, the online retailer and may just be the one for you, if getting money for your mobile phone sometime soon.
The Samsung Galaxy Apollo GT-i5801 was recently praised by CNET UK, which gave it a four-star rating.
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