Acer has officially announced their newest Android phone offering, the Acer Liquid Stream. We’ve seen this baby already as part of the Android fleet of phones present at the recently concluded Google I/O event. This new Acer Liquid Android phone sports a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera with HD 720p recording capabilities, WiFi (b/g/n), Bluetooth, 7.2Mbps HSDPA support, HDMI out, a 1GHz processor complemented by 512MB RAM/512MB ROM, 2GB internal memory, and ships with an 8GB microSD card included. It currently runs on Android 2.1 and intros the company’s new Acer Touch 3D UI as well as their Acer UrFooz app which lets you create your own virtual look-a-like. With Google just recently making Android 2.2 Froyo official, it’s still not clear if this baby will get blessed with an appropriate update though it’s highly likely that it will.
Here’s a short video preview of the Acer Liquid Stream courtesy of Batista70phone:
The launch date and pricing were unfortunately left out in the announcement. However, granted that this Acer Android phone is one and the same as the Acer S110 that just been approved by the FCC, it should be long now before the Acer Liquid Stream becomes available in the North American region. You can read the full press release here.