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Maybe the single letter and number nomenclature of Acer’s H2 2009 set of devices were a bit too plain, as the manufacturer has decided to spice things up a bit:  The 4 devices now have all new names: Acer F1 will be called the Acer neoTouch Acer C1 will be called the beTouch E100 Acer E1 will be called the…

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Besides the powerful Snapdragon-powered Acer F1, Clove has announced they will also be selling Acer mid and low range Windows Mobile smartphones come October 6th. See the range below. Acer E1 Features of Acer E1 Qualcomm 7225 528MHz processor Windows Mobile 6.5 with Internet Explorer 6 Slim design just over 12mm thick 3.2” WQVGA Touch Screen Display Quad-band GSM with…

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Clove has announced they will start shipping Acer’s updated smartphone range, including the powerful Acer F1 in October this year. There will be 4 devices available, all at very low prices compared to other vendors. Named Acer F1, C1, E1 and L1 the new units have varying capabilities. Acer E1 – Basic Windows Mobile 6.5 handset, with Bluetooth, GPS, 3.2”…

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Acer’s current generation of devices have hardly hit the streets (or your pockets) but Acer is already speaking about their successors. The devices will all be powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 and and while the F1 will be 5 megapixel  high-end device, the other two are expected to be very cheap and almost certainly free on contract. The C1 and…

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Slowly delivering on their announcements from Mobile World Congress, Acer has shown of the Acer L1, a low-cost Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional vertical slider running Windows Mobile 6.5.   The device was on display at Computex and forms part of the 9 Windows Mobile phones Acer plans to launch in 2009.  it should be released early in Q 3 2009.

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At Mobile World Congress Acer announced 4 devices coming very soon.  They also showed 4 other devices, but did not speak much about them.  This is however changing, with Acer smartphone boss Aymar de Lencquesaing telling The Register a bit more about these mysterious devices. First, for all the Android fans, the bad news is that they will all run…