Acer Liquid A1 Passes FCC, Coming To AT&T?

Posted: Dec 11 2009, 10:06am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:58am CDT , in Rumors


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Acer's first take on an Android smartphone has just passed through the FCC. The report shows that the new phone packs support for the 850 and 1900 bands (SlashGear). Those two bands match the 3G frequencies of AT&T, which means that the A1 is likely headed to that carrier. There's no hard proof of this, and the A1 could still end up in more than one set of hands. I wouldn't be surprised to see Acer sell their phones to a couple of different U.S. carriers. I doubt we're looking at an exclusivity deal at any rate. The A1 packs a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, famously underclocked to save battery life. It has WiFi, GPS, and a 5 MP camera. The current OS is Android 1.6, although it's likely to have been upgraded to 2.0 by the time this phone goes on sale stateside.

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