Acer 's flagship smartphone for 2015, which will run system Windows 10 Mobile and comes with a mouse and keyboard docking station, may be offered for only $ 400
Over the next two months we will find out what are the odds of Windows 10 Mobile to capture the hearts of consumers and succeed where-Windows Phone 8.1 shuffled. This will happen mainly thanks to the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL, both new and advanced devices of Microsoft Office Itself - but probably also with the help of the Jade Primo, the parallel device from home Acer Which with each passing day feels more and more promising.
A few weeks after we discovered that the smartphone, which offers a specification similar to that of the Lumia 950 with an 5.5-inch AMOLED screen and FullHD resolution, chip Snapdragon 808, 3GB RAM, built-in 32GB storage and a major 21 megapixel camera will come bundled with a keyboard, mouse and desktop docking station that will enable it to function as a desktop computer with Continuum technology - Not insignificant from his home counterpart Microsoft Office.
At an official press conference held by Acer in the Philippines she announced that the new device will go on sale in the country this coming December, and at a surprisingly good cost of 18,990 Philippine pesos, which is about $ 407 in direct conversion - which ostensibly indicates a price equivalent to $ 400 or $ 450. In other markets that are a little more relevant to us. In other words - 100 to 150 dollars less than the Lumia 950 (allegedly), when this cost includes some significant "bonuses" that you will not find at Microsoft Office.
Would you be willing to consider the Jade Primo at such a price, or by the time we do not get reviews proving that there is a good product here, would not you be willing to buy it at a lower price? Share comments with us.
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- Acer's advanced windows smartphone will come ready for use as a desktop computer
- Microsoft Lumia 950 devices are great hardware that craves the right software
- Microsoft's new generation of smartphones was exposed ahead of time
- Continuum: Microsoft will turn any smartphone into a stationary computer