Want a Dual-Sim Android Phone?

Want a Dual-Sim Android Phone?


So far, cell phones are the only handheld phones that gives a dual-sim feature and only few cell phone producing companies can offer this, like Nokia. This dual sim property holds efficiency and is well accepted by practical and professional people, recognize as must need feature for a phone. Since the dual-sim feature became popular its not surprising that many people would expect a dual-sim Smartphone.

Many Generations of Smartphones have been made and no smartphone producing company was able to produce one, until recently.


Acer
,
the Taiwan based company who is well known for producing desktops, laptops and other electronics unveils a dual-sim Smartphone the “Acer Liquid Gallant DUO”. The dual-sim smartphone is powered by Google’s latest Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, has a 4.3 inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, powered with 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of Ram and Storage Memory of 4 Gigabytes up to 32 Gigabytes (Micro SD Cards). Colors: Gentle Black and Ceramic White.


The Smartphone will be available on the same date which Apple and Samsung targets to  release their next Gen iPhone and the all new Galaxy Note 10.1.

This will be a turn of events in the Smartphone industry market. HTC might be able to dominate the Asia-Pacific region with their all new Acer Liquid Gallant Duo. Selling old Smartphones or sell old cell phones would the trend strategy for Smartphone buyers just to get a hold of this practical phone.

This story is originally published on Mashable (Click here)

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About califaberks

Califa Berks, Writer, Blogger and Photographer (Technology)

Posted on August 22, 2012, in News, Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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