Just a week after Microsoft announced the first major update to their Windows Phone operating system, an Acer branded Windows Mango device was released at Computex 2011 in Taipei.
According to reports by Chinese website Tech.sina.com the device will be called the Acer W4 and will boast of a 3.5" capacitive touch screen display with a resolution of 480x800. The 1Ghz QUALCOMM Snapdragon MSN8255 processor will power the device. The device will also have a 5-megapixel camera with auto focus.
More interestingly, the Acer W4 continues to use a single core processor while Android competition is moving towards dual-core processors. The device is also missing a NFC (Near Field Communication) chip, which is quite interesting as Android devices like the Nexus S and the Galaxy S II are quickly adopting NFC.
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