already played around with the Acer Iconia Smart in particular, when the phone was announced way back in February.
Nothing was heard about it until now, and Acer might have run into production problems - after all, you don't make a phone with 4.8" 1024x480 pixels display very often, and rumor has it that the Japanese earthquake is also to blame.
The internals will be a bit outdated when it hits, though, as it will sport a 1GHz single core chipset, and 5MP camera. The European pricing at launch is scheduled to be the respectful $700 (EUR 499) off-contract, but this is surely to go down pretty fast, as we don't imagine a lot of people inclined to lug around such a display at all times just to enjoy videos or browsing more.
Motorola DEFY. The Motorola DEFY+ is to have the same 3.7" display and 5MP camera, but a faster processor at 1GHz (the original sports 800MHz), and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, whereas the first DEFY is still stuck with Froyo.
A German site listed the phone as heading to O2 in the third week of September. Price is expected to be $430 (EUR 300) for the Motorola DEFY +, and this is without a contract. AT&T is also expected to land the updated ruggedness at some point.
via Electronista & GSMArena