Iconia Smart

Acer Iconia Smart S300 4.8″ smartphone clears the FCC, gets a teardown

The Acer Iconia Smart has just cleared the FCC and is headed our way soon. Spotted at the FCC getting a little teardown we now get to see a few of the internals of this huge 4.8" phone-tablet hybrid from Acer. It was first announced back in February and we even have some hands-on video from MWC2011 of the device, it's a unique smartphone that is for sure. Back in May it was delayed and the last we heard it was slated for a September release. At least it's finally hitting the FCC, we can expect a release shortly I'm assuming.

Acer’s Iconia Tablet Hands-on

SlashGear got a good close-up look at Acer's main competitor in the 10-inch tablet category ... the Iconia Tablet A500.  Designed to go head to head with both the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Iconia is powered by NVidia's Tegra 2 processor for 1080p HD video playback that seems to be the tablet's main selling point.

Acer Iconia Smart [Hands-on]

Over at SlashGear, they take a good long look at the Acer Iconia Smart and begs the question, when does a smart phone stop being a smart phone and starts being a tablet that happens to make phone calls?  It's an interesting design with it's 4.8 inch screen and 21:9 aspect ratio on it's multi touch LED screen.  But with a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, it's defintely strong enough to go beyond handheld computing.

Acer outs Iconia Smart Android smartphone

Acer has unveiled a new smartphone at MWC 2011 called the Iconia Smart. The device has a massive 4.8-inch screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio. The phone is longer than your typical smartphone and has a thin profile with a slight curve to it. The body of the phone is metal and the device is 64.5mm wide. The big screen supports multi-touch and it has the four home keys we know from Android.