In fact, only one Acer smartphone doesn’t have Windows Mobile – the Acer Liquid A1, which is based on Google’s Android platform.
For 2010, Acer plans to introduce yet another 8 to 10 new smartphones, but this time the line-up will be more balanced between Android and Windows – se we could expect to see half of Acer’s 2010 handsets coming with Android.
The Liquid A1 (pictured above), Acer’s only Android phone to date, should be – according to Reuters – available starting this week, although it’s not clear yet where and for what price (€379.99, if previous rumors are to be believed).
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