Acer's First Smartphones Are Missing SomethingS

Acer has unveiled their rumored smartphones, the X960, F900, M900, and DX900. And they don't look half bad, other than lacking WinMo 6.5 and being a tad on the chunky side. Here's a rundown:

Acer's First Smartphones Are Missing SomethingS

X960
• Pre-installed GPS software
(Navigon try-and-buy, for Europe market)
• 2.8" VGA touch screen
• High speed HSPA connectivity
• New easy-to-use virtual keyboard
• Access directly to key applications
via widget-based home screen
•3.2MP Auto-focused camera

Acer's First Smartphones Are Missing SomethingS

F900
• Pre-installed GPS software
(Navigon try-and-buy, for Europe market)
• 2.8" VGA touch screen
• High speed HSPA connectivity
• New easy-to-use virtual keyboard
• Access directly to key applications
via widget-based home screen
•3.2MP Auto-focused camera

Acer's First Smartphones Are Missing SomethingS

M900
• Physical Qwerty keyboard
• 3.8" WVGA touch screen
• Fingerprint reader
• 5 Megapixel autofocus camera
• HSPA, WiFi, BT
Windows Mobile 6.1, Outlook, Office

Acer's First Smartphones Are Missing SomethingS

DX900
• Physical Qwerty keyboard
• 3.8" WVGA touch screen
• Fingerprint reader
• 5 MP autofocus camera
• HSPA, WiFi, BT
Windows Mobile 6.1, Outlook, Office
• Standby time 160h / Talk time: 5h


But while Acer's skin they've placed on top of Windows Mobile 6.1 looks alright and the hardware seems passable, why aren't they breaking into the smartphone market with WinMo 6.5? [Acer]