Acer V350 leaks with 720p screen and Snapdragon S4, runs Jelly Bean
0. phoneArena posted on 21 Dec 2012, 07:13
In addition to the V360, which leaked the other day, Acer is working on another Android smartphone. The Acer V350 was spotted on GLBenchmark – a place where many yet-unannounced devices are often discovered, by the way, so we believe we know what kind of handset we are dealing with. Judging by its hardware specs, the Acer V350 (or whatever its market name turns out to be) will be an upper mid-range device...
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1. Rishin17 posted on 21 Dec 2012, 07:51 0 0
the performance may be good due to the s4 pro chip,,but it depends on the size of the screen and internal memory,,if its a 5 incher or above it should sport a 1080p display to compete with the droid dna and upcoming models like sony yuga,etc,(if its near about 4.5inches then 720p would be sufficient)and also it should have minimum 32gb internal memory if acer launches it without a micro sd slot.after a couple of months,all top of the line premium smartphones will rock 1080p displays..Also keep in mind after sales service back up and availability of parts and hardware components is an issue with acer in some countries.
2. g2a5b0e posted on 21 Dec 2012, 08:41 0 0
It's the S4, but I'm pretty sure it's not the Pro.
3. JimmyMackey posted on 28 Dec 2012, 12:43 0 0
Eh, I know that most people would want “comparable” features, but the HD screen is a little overkill for a 5-inch screen in my opinion since it is still small enough that the difference is undetectable to the human eye. I like the HD screen on my Note II though but I haven’t compared it to a non-HD 5.5-inch screen. I’m happy with my Note II that has all of the bells and whistles, but as my DISH coworker points out, I don’t really need them. I know that even though I watch a lot of TV with my phone and DISH Remote Access app that I can get along with a much less powerful phone, but I like the large screen. The Sling Adapter I have at home sends the TV through the internet and I pick it up on my Note II or iPad at work or on the go, which helps me watch more TV than I used to watch.