The Acer Stream provides stylish appeal which is combined with inherently advanced levels of technology, to provide a unit that offers something for everyone. The handsets compact nature belies its multitude of functionality. The unit is 119 mm high by only 63 mm wide as well as being 11 mm thick. This is a smart phone that utilises an impressively fast 1 GHz processor as well as the android operating system.
The unit provides a range of entertainment options such as the ability to listen to live broadcasts via its stereo FM radio which also has RDS capability. For those who prefer listening and watching downloaded media the unit provides an MP4 multimedia player as well as a useful MP3 music player. The unit comes with social network integration functionality which includes Facebook and Flickr integration. In addition the unit comes with a digital compass, a document viewer, as well as a voice memo facility.
The Acer Stream provides photographic capability by virtue of its 5.0 megapixel camera, that comes with auto focus as well as image stabilisation whilst also offering geo-tagging as standard. The camera can also be used as a means to capture video at 720 pixels and at 24 frames per second.
The units connectivity options include web access through the Wi Fi connection or the alternative of its own HSDPA connection with access available at speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. The unit also comes with EDGE, GPRS in addition to micro USB and Bluetooth connections, whilst also offering a GPS function that provides effective satellite navigation and includes A-GPS support. In addition the unit comes with a microSD card slot which is generally used to increase memory, with the ability to utilise cards to increase available memory up to 32 GB.
The handsets display screen is 3.7 inches in size and AMOLED. The screens ability to display 16 million colour combinations ensures outstanding quality imagery, with a pixel screen resolution which is quoted at 480 x 800 pixels. Navigation is provided by virtue of the Acer touch 3-D user interface, which within this particular is version 4.0. In addition the unit comes with accelerometer and proximity sensors.
The Acer Stream compares favourably to the Nokia N8, by virtue of the impressive levels of technology that are incorporated within the unit.
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