Last year, Acer acquired a Taiwanese manufacturer WM Communicators E-TEN. According to the rumors Acer intends to enter the market of mobile phones.

The first phone will be a communicator “Acer DX900”. It does not constitute anything revolutionary, but re-branding of model E-TEN DX900. However, its functionality should be noted as it is in itself quite good. A list of complete specs is as below;

COMMUNICATION STANDARDS AND NAVIGATION

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900
3G: UMTS 850/1900/2100 (WCDMA)
VoIP Telephony: Not provided automatically

DISPLAY AND CONTROL

Main: 2.8″ TFT (Touch), 65K Colors, 480 x 640 Resolution
Writing and Navigation: 5 Positions of Sensor

INTERFACES AND SLOTS

Wireless: WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 (A2DP)
Cable: 2.5 mm for audio, TV Out, Mini USB (USB 2.0)

FRAMEWORK

Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
Extras Platform: MIDP 2.0
Synchronization: Synchronization with Windows is Possible

INTERNET AND COMMUNICATION

Data Transfer: HSDPA GPRS (Class 10), EDGE (Class 10)
Mail and Web: Internet Explorer Mobile (WAP 2.0 + HTML), E-mail client is Outlook Mobile (POP3/IMAP4/SMTP) Support
Message Services: SMS, MMS

PROCESSOR
Model: Samsung SC3 6400 533 MHz

MEMORY
Operational (RAM): 128 MB
Permanent (ROM): 256 MB
Extra Drive: No
Memory Extension: micro SDHC
Support memory cards up to 8 GB
Battery, Charger, Stereo, USB Cable, Leather Case, 2 CDs (with drivers and software).
According to some sources in this communicator GPS Navigation is not available.

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