Acer F900 arrives with applets and Internet Explorer 6

The Acer F900 is the next smartphone (smartphone) that comes to Spain from the new models that the brand announced at the MWC this past February.

The Acer F900 phone is presented with credentials that ring a bell: 3.8-inch touchscreen and good resolution of 800 × 480 pixels, connectivity HSPA and WiFi, Gps and 3.2 megapixel camera. Its processor, now that it is so fashionable to talk about them, is 533 Mhz and comes with 128 MB of SDRAM and 256 MB of internal memory, which we can expand with microSD cards.

Regarding the operating system, the Acer F900 comes with Windows Mobile 6.5. but as most manufacturers already do, it brings an interface over the Microsoft operating system that in the case of Acer is called Acer Shell 2.0, where the applets are the most striking.

In addition, it comes standard with the new Internet Explorer 6, compatible with JavaScript and Adobe Flash Lite, which we will see what response it gives. Despite not being an Android phone, it comes with most pre-installed Google applications and services, such as YouTube, Google Maps or Google Search.

More information | Acer.

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