The Acer Allegro (formerly known as the Acer W4) has been officially announced. Previous coverage of the device didn’t reveal much besides Acer is working on a Windows Phone at a competitive price point. Now, Acer has given a lot more detail about their device, including pricing and hardware specs!
The phone is clocked at 1.0 GHz 2nd generation (MSM8255) with the Adreno 205 GPU with an 8 GB onboard storage. The device is also running with 512 MB RAM with a 3.6I screen resolution diagonally at a WVGA resolution. There’s only a rear camera at 5 MP with 720P video recording with a single LED flash. Talk time is expected to be 6 hours, with a 1300 mAh Lithium-ion battery.
The device is expected to hit France in mid-November at €299 unlocked in either dark black or fully white. Are you going to buy the device? Let us know in the comments!