Acer DX900 Review
Fortunately, making calls feels comfy due to the excellent voice quality and clarity. The only issue we encountered was voices had a slightly metallic tone to them. On the other hand, people we talked to claimed the sound was so powerful they had to decrease the volume to catch onto what we were saying. Having done that, they all invariably rated the quality excellent.
Although the battery can hardly win out in any endurance contest, that´s a common problem with all Windows Mobile smart phones on the market. The manufacturer claims a fully charged battery should give you about 5 hours of talk time or 150 hours in standby mode.
Do you really need a dual-SIM card phone and what are you willing to pay to get one? It´s not all about money here. Carrying the Acer DX900 around in your pocket will certainly fail to make you happy, but that´s an innate feature that most Windows mobile phones have to their credit. As a whole, the phone is sluggish, while the dual-SIM card function has been poorly implemented and feels like a nagging pain. What saves the phone from being characterized as a complete flop is the incredible sound quality during talks and its uniqueness. After all, this is the first and as of now the only dual-SIM Windows Mobile device out there, so you´re out of options should you really need one.
The software version of the reviewed unit is A147 WWE 0400466
- Allows use of two SIM cards at the same time
- Top notch quality of sound during talks
- Bulky and unattractive
- Sluggish interface
- Weak multimedia capabilities
- Dialing numbers through the second SIM cannot be done via the Contacts menu
1. MSTRGNNR posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0 0
I purchased one of these phones for 500 dollars with high expectations. While it does everything its supposed to do, windows mobile, dual sim and other ammenities. The phone is useless. It keeps restarting itself every couple of minutes, even if your on a call. I tried to go through Acers website for assistance, but they made it as hard as possible to find any assistance, and then their only answer was restart the phone.... thats the bloody problem. I strongly suggest staying away from ACER phones until they fix them and get their service inline. I may be old fashioned but if I spend 500 dollars for a phone, I expect it to work.