Though Jelly Bean-powered devices are still hard to come by, most important smartphone manufacturers have at least announced plans of updating or releasing such gadgets soon. Acer, on the flipside, has been reluctant to talk about JB, continuing to pretty much disregard the mobile business – or at least the phone branch.
But not even Acer can resist the Android 4.1 temptation, so we can’t say we’re shocked about the uncovering of the V360. This JB-based device is quite a mixed bag, combining a couple of pure high-end specs with some mid-range material.
Besides the running of Jelly Bean, we know the V360 will sport a 4.5-inch display with a 960 x 540 pixels resolution, a mysterious dual-core 1 GHz CPU, 3G connectivity, a 5 MP rear-facing snapper and a VGA front-facing cam. Weighing in at 140 grams, this big guy is set to measure 9.9 mm in thickness, which is more or less what you’d expect from a budget-friendly phone.
Oh, right, almost forgot, rumor has it the Acer V360 is to be released for around $300 unlocked across Europe and Asia sometime in “early 2013”. Pretty sweet, right?
Via [Unwired View]