Acer has not really been a key player in the cellular phone sector. So it comes as no shocker that the tech giant will be rolling out its personal edition of Windows Phone 8 by the last half of the coming year.
During the Windows Phone Conference, all key smartphone original equipment manufacturers such as Samsung, Nokia, HTC etc. will be amongst the first to get new Windows Phone 8 phones to the public. iMobile acquired this selective info from an Acer delegate on a press meeting.
Acer has only one Windows Phone 7 at the moment named the Allegro that should be indicative of the truth that they actually are not focusing on this platform too much. Acer’s Android offerings comprising the Liquid and its versions truly fared a lot better and the company has two ICS-based handsets intended for launch shortly.
Out of that, one of them will exhibit their novel cloud storage solution for your private records.
Acer recognizes the fact that unless they produce something really different and at the right price range, other big firms such as Nokia and HTC will merely squeeze them in the smartphone match and they truly don’t stand a chance.
It seems that they are taking their time and would possibly launch another affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone, such as the Allegro, sometime in the third quarter of 2013. Meanwhile, Microsoft is ready to announce another option of Windows Phone 8 for lower end cellular phones, which could probably boast a single core central processing unit.
Windows Phone 8 will be announced afterward this year and is ready to be the next ‘generation shift’ for the firm’s cell phone operating system. The software giant stated that with Windows Phone 8, resemblances among Windows 8 and this newest smartphone operating system is more than just skin deep.
Here is a look at a few of the highlighted characteristics obtainable on Windows Phone 8:
Multi-core processor backing:
Windows Phone was a slick operating system, which functioned easily on cell phones with a single CPU. The most recent operating system now traits multi-core back up along with Belfoire claiming that they are all set for whatever hardware manufacturers imagine.
Bigger, brighter screens:
Windows Phone 8 backs up two novel screen resolutions comprising 1280×768 and 1280×720, turning it consistent with innovative phones, which will boast high-definition 720p displays.
More flexible storage space: Windows Phone 8 backs up detachable MicroSD cards.
NFC wireless sharing:
In Windows Phone 8, NFC aids make sharing pictures, Office documents, and contact information more easygoing.
Internet Explorer 10:
The upcoming edition of Windows Phone boasts the identical web browsing engine, which is headed for Window 8 PCs and tablets.