Acer plans to launch Android smartphones and wearables at MWC 2017

One of the major Computing platform and Windows Phone maker Acer is planning to go something Android in MWC 2017. The Taiwanese giant is already strong in Windows 10 Mobile based smartphone manufacturing, including their latest device Liquid  Primo.

In an interview today, the EMEA president of Acer Emmanuel Fromon commented that:

“We will have couple products. One will be a wearable, I cannot say too much but anything that carries the Acer brand should provide a good experience. We are also launching a couple of new phones. It is not fifty phones, but we’ll continue to make a statement in the Android market.”

Both the Wearable and Smartphone ill be packed with Google’s Android OS and Android Wear 2.0 OS. But no vast details have been disclosed by Fromon regarding their next device lineup. As a powerful computing machine manufacturer, Acer will probably try to make smartphones wit something more computing power compared to typical Android devices, probably on gaming too.

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