Acer is showcasing its Iconia smartphone at MWC 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. The mobile device – which combines the capabilities of a tablet in a smartphone format – boasts a 4.8″ widescreen, 1024×480 resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio.
Iconia runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, features an 8MP (back) camera (+LED Flash) and is capable of wirelessly controlling multimedia content with its integrated clear.fi media sharing system.
The smartphone allows users to browse multiple Flash-based websites without resizing or adjusting, thereby eliminating annoying zooming and left/right page scrolls.
So, what else can the Iconia be used for?
Well, the smartphone is definitely a good choice for watching video clips or movies, as it offers a sweet 21:9 screen, along with an LED edge-lit display for super bright and vivid images.
Plus, the Iconia can be connected to your TV via DLNA technology or a standard HDMI cable.
Additional specs include:
- 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
- 2MP front camera.
- 8 hours of talk time.
- Dolby Mobile sound.
- Ultra-fast high-speed connectivity via HSDPA @ 14.4 and WiFi N for data connection.
- Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR.
- Smoothly curved back and minimal width (64.5mm).