Acer, the world's fourth-largest computer maker, has chosen Thailand as the first country to introduce its first Intel-chip smartphone in a bid to expand its footprint and increase market share here.
Acer introduced the Liquid C1 in Thailand yesterday using a new version of Intel Corporation’s Atom processor. The phone, costing 9,990 baht, has a 4.3-inch touchscreen and an 8-megapixel camera. PAWAT LAOPAISARNTAKSIN
The Taipei-based firm yesterday introduced the Liquid C1 in Thailand using a new version of Intel Corp's Atom processor.
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