The Taiwan based computer manufacturer, Acer has recently announced the availability of its two Tempo series smartphones in the mobile phone markets, which are DX900 and X960. Both of the Tempo smartphones feature a sensitive touch screen and runs on Windows Mobile 6.1.
According to the company, Acer Tempo DX900 is the world’s first ever dual-SIM smartphone that supports both 3G and 2G SIMs. The SIM1 supports HSDPA / UMTS, quad-band GSM, EDGE class 10 / GPRS class 10 while SIM2 supports GSM Tri-band. The DX900 is featured with a 2.8-inch VGA TFT LCD touch screen, a 3-megapixel camera with auto-focus function, Bluetooth 2.0 enabled, powered by Samsung S3C 6400 mobile processor (533 MHz), supports GPS and WLAN 802.11b/g connectivity. Beside that, it also comes with microSD card slot and a 2.5mm stereo jack.
The single-SIM Acer Tempo X960 smartphones comes with some similar features of Acer Tempo DX900 like a 2.8-inch VGA TFT LCD touch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera with fixed focus function, built-in Bluetooth, powered by Samsung S3C 6400 mobile processor (533 MHz), supports GPS and etc.
Both of the smartphones are currently available in Europe, the Middle-East and Asia Pacific.