Acer certainly has been launching some interesting smartphones recently, we previously saw the new 4.8 inch Android smartphone from the company, and now they have announced that they will also be releasing a range of Windows Phone 7 smartphones.
Acer’s CEO Gianfranco Lanci mentioned in a recent interview with Mobilized that the company intends to launch Windows Phone 7 devices, although there are no details as yet on when they will hit the market.
We saw a lot of limitations on Windows Phone a couple of years ago and we moved to Android because of user experience, and even the possibility to be a little more creative from a content offering and so forth is better than on the Windows phone. If we look at Windows Phone 7, today, I think we see the same opportunity you can see on Android in terms of customization.
Windows Phone 7 is certainly being embraced by smartphone manufacturers, a lot more than the previous version of Windows Mobile was, and with the recent rumors of a major Windows Phone 7 update coming in January, we can expect to see a lot more Windows Phone 7 smartphones in 2011.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News