Fido is going to release their Acer liquid E. It’s running Eclair right now but as soon as the software is available, it will upgrade into Froyo.
Quoting them, their target market is : “This device is for users who put functionality first; this is likely not their first smartphone but they are drawn to the hardware
specs. Existing Fido customers who want to increase their usage from voice and text to data usage and are keen to try Android 2.1 OS with its rich features and user friendly interface”. Specs have the Liquid E coming with a 3.5-inch display (800—480), 5 megapixel camera, WiFi, full HTML browser
, GPS, Bluetooth, and holds up to 32GB with a microSD card (comes with a 2GB card). Price points are expected to be $50 on a 3-year and $350 no-contract.
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