Acer Stream S110 mobile phone
|THE TEST RESULT|
Test report: AcerStream S110 mobile phone
The PC manufacturer would like to get the Acer Stream in the rapidly growing Android market one foot. The touch model brings in every case promising features. Without a doubt, good prerequisites are brought along, including, for example, the very good processing, the fast Gigaherz processor and the AMOLED display with 3.7 inches. In part, the mobile phone consists of metal and grip and the proper haptics get the mobile phone through the handy surface coating. With the size of 120 times 63 by 12 millimeters, the weight with 127 grams is still within limits.As far as the scope of delivery is concerned, the manufacturer is not economical. The box contains an HDMI cable, a USB cable, a stereo headset, an SD adapter and an 8 GB microSD card. Regarding the memory, it is important that everyone can still have a good 7.8 GB of memory when the card is in the mobile phone. If this is not enough, you can use up to 32 GB as cards. Through the stream is thanks to WLAN and HSDPA also a fast data transmission possible. A webpage with a size of 600 KB is fully loaded in 11 seconds, via WLAN and also via mobile radio. With the stream the surfing works well, if not completely fluently. The zoom function gives the clearly visible jerks. With the finger is the operation of the browser very well succeeded and scroll, click and zoom works very intuitive.
The cameraThe mobile phone offers multimedial 5 megapixel photos, music with Dolby Mobile, GPS navigation and HD video recording. The quality of the camera players is considered satisfactory. Acer could have grabbed at this point to a better camera. Acer has not synonymous with the stream of the flash. Good is that the pictures with the HDMI cable can be viewed at the domestic television. Something lean is the sound with the supplied headphones from the stream. It is best to use in-ear speakers, as Dolby Mobile as a built-in sound enhancer only plays the right way. The standard jack socket can also be used to connect your own headphones. Access to social networks is via clients and matching widgets. The free Google-Navi can be used with the mobile phone, but connection charges are incurred. This is ultimately the off-board solution. Google-Navi otherwise functions quite reliably and fast.
The display and the batteryThe display of the stream is a clear plus. The display offers rich colors and good contrasts. The mobile phone can benefit from the AMOLED technology. The test also shows that the reflection factor of 4.3: 1 is relatively low. Especially in daylight, the readability is beneficial. The mobile phone also accepts finger commands without great delay and quite accurately. In the performance there is nothing to complain about. The menu items such as messages, browsers and contacts start relatively quickly after a fingertip. The Acer beat itself with the acoustic test passable and only a fixed signal on the fixed network and a somewhat unnatural sound. Pretty powerful is the Freispecher and the Acer battery makes unfortunately fast. At full transmission power in the continuous conversation, the power cell was only available for almost three hours. Other mobile phones provide at least five hours. During continuous surfing, however, the battery managed with the full display brightness even to barely 3.5 hours.
Important informationAcer is a computer maker who introduced the Android smartphone. This mobile phone is to be on equal terms with competitors such as the Google Nexus One or the Motorola Milestone. The Snapdragon processor is a GHz strong and there are also 512 megabytes of memory. The 3.7 inch AMOLED touchscreen provides the WVGA resolution. By HSDPA with up to 7.2 Mbit per second, the connectivity should leave no wishes unfulfilled and there is also Bluetooth and WLAN according to 802.11 b / g / n. The camera offers 5 megapixels and there is the ability to record videos in the 720p HD quality. The mobile runs under Android 2.1 and there is the customized Acer user interface.
The Acer mobile phone is something different, because the device differs by the other user guidance of further Android phones. The Acer user interface pleases well and also beginners find themselves thereby intuitively cope. The display is also impressive with the AMOLED technology. The short recharge time is somewhat unsatisfactory and with the camera there are only mediocre pictures.