Sunday, 14 March 2010

Acer Liquid A1 AT&T 3G Support Confirmed Acer Liquid A1 FCC Approval Gained, 850/1900 MHz Connectivity Detailed

We ve covered Acer s first Android smartphone, namely the Acer Liquid
A1, pretty extensively on the site over the past few months and now we
can confirm that, thanks to the Acer Liquid A1 having just gained FFC
approval, we now know that the device, in supporting 850/1900 MHz, will
support AT T s 3G network (leading us to surmise that an AT T Liquid A1
may well be on the cards).
Of course, the fact that the Acer Liquid A1 offers up AT T 3G band
support isn t absolute confirmation that AT T will indeed carry the
Liquid A1 in the US (the Liquid A1 is, of course, already available in
the UK, incidentally) but, certainly, it would indicate that the option
s there and that, one way or another, Acer feels that compatibility with
AT T s 3G bands is something worth covering (make of that what you will).
For those yet to be familiar with what the Acer Liquid A1 Android
smartphone brings to the table in terms of features and specifications,
here s the low down.
Acer Liquid A1 Key Specifications:HSDPA Category 8/ HSUPA Category 5
/UMTS (2100/1900/900 Mhz) EUHSDPA Category 8/ HSUPA Category 5 /UMTS
(2100/1900/850 Mhz) USGSM: Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHzGPRS/EDGE
Class BProcessor: 1GHz Qualcomm QSD 82503.5 �WVGA (800 ร— 480)
Capacitive Touchscreen Display256 MB SDRAM / 512 MB FLASHMessaging: MMS,
SMSWLAN: 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIEDBluetoothยฎ 2.0+EDR (Enhanced Data
Rate)Integrated A-GPS5 megapixel camera with autofocusAccelerometerLight
sensor3.5mm headphone jackCapacitive buttons: Home, Search, Back,
MenuHardware buttons: Volume Up, Volume Down, Camera, Power /
StandbyBattery: Lithium Polymer rechargeable with 1.350 mAh capacityTalk
time: Up to 5 hours for WCDMA / Up to 6 hours for GSM
You can view the FFC documentation here.
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