Acer V350 smartphone shows up in GLBenchmark

Hardware manufacturer Acer is likely familiar to Android fans thanks to their tablet devices. Recently a new device appeared on GLBenchmark indicating Acer is planning to get into the smartphone market. Dubbed the V350, the device is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor running at 1.5GHz and has a 720p screen, although there is no indication what the screen size will be. Other details like the amount of memory is still unknown, but the unit submitted to GLBenchmark was running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Acer submitted another model earlier this week, the V360, but the V350 appears to be the higher end unit, projected to end up somewhere in the mid to upper-tier of the market.

source: GLBenchmark
via: PhoneArena

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  • Jimmy Mackey

    I think the 5-inch models will be the most popular of the higher end phones in 2013 and the price point will be more palatable for the consumer. That is probably best for the battery life too, but I predict this will be a 5-incher. Acer is known for their economy priced computers so I hope this will be priced the same. I’m happy with my Note II that has all of the bells and whistles, but as my DISH coworker points out, I don’t really need them. I know that even though I watch a lot of TV with my phone and DISH Remote Access app that I can get along with a much less powerful phone, but I like the large screen. The Sling Adapter I have at home sends the TV through the internet and I pick it up on my Note II or iPad at work or on the go, which helps me watch more TV than I used to watch.