Winmobile.se has reviewed the Acer C1 and seems quite impressed by this new low-end Windows Mobile 6.5 device. The device is relatively full featured, running at 528 Mhz and is mainly let down by the WQVGA screen. It features Acerâ€™s own today screen replacement, which replaces the sliding panels with a simple grid of icons.
Operating System: Windows MobileÂ® 6.5 Pocket PC Phone Edition
Processor: QUALCOMM MSM7225 processor at 528MHz
Memory: 128 MB SDRAM 256 MB FLASH ROM
Display: 3.2â€œWQVGA (240Ã—400) with Lens Type Resistive Touch Panel
Dimensions: (L x W x H):113(L) x 56(W) x 12.85(H) mm
Communications: HSDPA Category 8/ HSUPA Category5 (2100/1900/850 MHz) GSM/EDGE: Quad-band, 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GPRS/EGPRS: Class B, multi-slot class11
Bluetooth: BluetoothÂ® 2.0+EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
GPS: Built-in, Support A-GPS
Camera: 2M pixels Fix-Focus camera, up to 1600 x 1200 resolutions Image formats JPG
The ACER C1 is aiming for a low-price segment, but it is closer to the middle segment with a strong processor, A-GPS and a great design!
The only negative I see with this device is the lack of VGA.
WinMobile.se recommends this unit for sure! Itâ€™s a perfect windows device for those who dont want to spend $600 on a phone.
The ACER C1 is a whole lot of phone for the money!!
Read the full review here.