The Acer M900, a sign of innovation, was unveiled in February 2009, and in June of that same year it was released on the market. But once it gave in to termination, its adventure came to an end. With its unwavering support for GSM/HSPA technology, which weaves a seamless tapestry over the GSM 850/900/1800/1900 bands while also exploring the connection space of the HSDPA 850/1900/2100 bands, this device was a portent of things to come.
Acer M900 commanded a weight of 188 g inside its 119 x 62 x 17.1 mm physical dimensions. Its keyboard, which was elegantly set up in a QWERTY format, was enhanced by the inclusion of a mini-SIM. The Samsung S3C 6410 CPU, pulsing at a respectable speed of 533 MHz, drove this device under the jurisdiction of the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system.
Memory and Display
A microSD card port allowed for memory extension, which allowed for the enlargement of its internal domain. The phone’s Type TFT resistive touchscreen, glowing with 65K vivid colors, mesmerized users. This large 3.8-inch canvas has a superb 480 × 800 pixel resolution. Handwriting recognition evolved as an intuitive cornerstone, and the user interface was interlaced with widgets.
A 5 MP rear-facing camera, accompanied with autofocus and an LED light, provided eyes through which the world could be recorded. The potential of video conversations was expanded with a VGA front-facing camera, enabling connections across long distances.
Acer M900 controlled WLAN 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, and the harmony of A2DP as an ambassador of connectivity. Its structure included SiRF Star III chipset-driven GPS capabilities. The sound of the airways was amplified by the FM radio. The physical and digital worlds were connected through a dependable tiny USB interface. An elegant fingerprint sensor adorned its front, seamlessly fusing convenience and security. While a Pocket Office suite expanded the work scene, the browser serenaded the HTML environment. This device became a shelter for voice memos, an MP3 player, and the usefulness of predictive text input.
The device had a melodic loudspeaker and acoustic resonance, albeit it lacked a 3.5mm audio connector.
A removable 1530 mAh Li-Ion battery was steady in its dedication and waited for up to 4 hours.