The phone has 512MB of RAM and a 5 megapixel snapper capable of recording 480p videos. Connectivity is pretty standard with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, but DLNA is a great addition for an affordable handset. European customers will get the phone in five color varieties - blue, white, pink, yellow and black. If it's not the specs, it's the colors that catch the eye. The phone is expected to hit shelves in April and will surely be affordable, but no word on just how affordable. It definitely has the looks of its Liquid Metal sibling, and it might borrow a thing or two from it, so in the meantime take a look at our in-depth review here.
source: Acer via Engadget