We first got wind of the Acer Iconia Smart 4.8" phone/tablet hybrid back in February at MWC2011. Our own Chris Davies from SlashGear even received some hands-on video for you all to enjoy. New details have just leaked slating this device to hit the streets coming in September, I'm just hoping its lost some weight and is a little thinner these days.
It was first said to be hitting shelves in April but was delayed due to earthquakes from what we heard. I know that is a long time to wait for those that loved the idea and look of this device with that large 4.8" display. Don't worry the time may finally be coming for the Iconia Smart and it should feature the same specs we first saw back at MWC2011.
Those specs include that 4.8" display with a 1024x480 resolution, a 1 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, rear and front facing cameras as well as Android 2.3 Gingerbread. I will say that I first heard it would come in around $700 dollars or so, no way people are going to pay that when you can get a tablet for much much less so hopefully they've rethought the pricing a bit. I like the idea and size of the Acer Iconia Smart but I'm not sure if others do. It may be a little big for a pocket but then users put there Galaxy Tab 7's in pockets right? What do you guys think?