Acer Liquid Mini E310 Smartphone Gets FCC Approval

January 13, 2011, By Alexandru Ion

We have seen several new devices from Acer at the CES and now the reports have suggested that one among them, the Acer Liquid Mini E310 smartphone, has gained the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) approval. We are not sure about the carrier that will be bringing the device in, but the rumors indicate an AT&T release.

Acer Liquid Mini E310 Smartphone Gets FCC Approval

The company has crafted this new device by maintaining the same design aspects of the of the Acer Liquid series of Smartphones.

This device is based on the Android 2.2 Froyo OS and it will bear a 3.2-inch 480×320 HVGA capacitive touchscreen. The 600 Qualcomm 7227 MHz processor is onboard to speed up the operations and is packed up with 512MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM.

The 5MP camera allows the users to capture good quality pictures and shoot video in standard-definition quality.

The device seems to be well equipped with connectivity options that include 3G, Wi-fi, Bluetooth and a GPS chip. It is also notable that this smartphone from Acer is DLNA compatible. This feature will let the user to wirelessly stream the content from the phone to another DLNA enabled device.

We don’t have any official words on the pricing and availability in the markets worldwide, but it is said that the device could be rolled out in the UK during this April.

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