Acer has announced another high-end Android smartphone, and has packed in even more high-end specs than before.
The new Stream is offering up a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5MP camera with 720p video capture, and is based on the latest 2.1 Éclair Android operating system.
Other cool features include Dolby Mobile sound with RDS radio, and a large and high-res 3.7-inch OLED screen with WVGA resolution.
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An HDMI port is included to pumping your content to a big screen TV, and 2GB of internal storage is supplemented with a microSD card slot and free 8GB card.
It also had a woeful battery life and a low-quality chassis with no Android overlay - but at least Acer is promising a nicer skin this time round.
We'll be bringing you our full Acer Stream review soon, but sadly we don't have a UK release date or anything resembling UK pricing either - you know we'll tell you when we do, though.
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