by Michael Oryl, 3 years ago
Today Acer formally launched its new “Liquid” line of Android powered smartphones. Though the press release, found after the jump, fails to mention the new phone by name, we have every reason to believe that…
If FCC approval is any indication, then AT&T may finally be launching some Android devices in 2010. Two hot new handsets, the Dell Mini 3ix and the Acer Liquid A1, have recently received the FCC rubber stamp of approval, with both handsets including support for AT&T’s special flavor of 3G. We knew Dell had plans to launch their Android-powered smartphone in the US, but the recent discovery of a NAM variant of the Acer is exciting. Remember that approval is just one step of many that a manufacturer must take prior to releasing a device, it is not a guarantee that a device will actually launch. Nonetheless, we are keeping our fingers crossed that the Acer Liquid 1 will indeed arrive stateside via AT&T soon.
[via Unwired View]