The first Android Jelly Bean handset from Acer – the V360 – was initially spotted last week. Now, new photos of the device have appeared, and this time they’re high-quality images that allow us to take a good look at the V360. The photos also confirm that the handset runs Android 4.1.1 – so it’s not the latest version of Jelly Bean (but this will probably come in an update at some point).
As previously reported, the Acer V360 features a 4.5 inch qHD (960 x 540) display, 1GHz dual-core processor, VGA front-facing camera, 5MP rear camera with flash, and MicroSD card support. A pair of speakers on the front, plus DTS sound enhancements (see the DTS logo on the back) should provide a nice multimedia experience. The V360 is 9.9 mm thin, and weighs 140 grams. Its overall design seems to be a mix between the designs of Acer CloudMobile S500 and Acer Liquid Glow E330.
It’s said that the Acer V360 would cost around $300 unlocked. It’s not clear exactly when it will be released, but it should be available in China first.
For the moment, there is no word if Acer intends to launch the V360 in Europe or North America. But we’ll let you know when we hear something about this.
Via VR-Zone (in Chinese)
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