Acer is building its own series of mobile devices running Android operating system this year. Some of them have already been announced — Acer Liquid C1, Acer Liquid E1, others are on their way to get unfold later this year. There’s even a phablet in the pipes dubbed Acer Liquid S.
This week a new smartphone likely part of the C, E or Z series codename Ace V370 has been leaked on the Chinese Technology and Telecommunication Certification website revealing its design and most of its hardware specifications. We’ve seen it previously leak in several shots as Acer V360, which raises some eye-browse.
Acer V370 looks like a mid-ranger sporting a 4.5 inch qHD (540 × 960) TFT display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor (unknown manufacturer, could be MediaTek), 4GB of built in memory (up to 32GB) via a microSD card slot, 8MP rear-facing camera that shoots 1080p and a 2MP front-facing camera.
The body size of the phone is 131mm × 68mm × 9.9 mm, weighs 139 grams, GSM and WCDMA bands supported (900MHz, 1800MHz, 850MHz, 1900MHz).
Acer V370 is headed to Chinese market probably priced around $179 to $230 USD.