Hungry for more specs in your smartphone? Well, Acer is dishing out an Android smartphone with deca-core processor and 4GB RAM, 4 loudspeakers, 21 megapixel camera and haptic feedback on its upcoming Predator 6 smartphone. During its pre-IFA press briefing in Berlin, Acer announced the Predator 6 aimed at gamers.
As you’d expect, the Predator 6 comes with a mammoth 6-inch HD screen and is powered by a 10-core MediaTek (Helio X20?) processor paired with 4GB of RAM. To enhance your gaming experience, Acer is throwing in four front-facing speakers along with dual-haptic feedback motors when held in portrait mode to help simulate joypad controls on the touchscreen. To round it off, there is a 21 megapixel camera on the rear.
As you can see, the Acer Predator 6 is designed to handle intensive mobile gaming while providing console-like gaming experience. At least, that’s what Acer is aiming towards. In a market crowded by too many similarly specced and similarly designed smartphones, Acer is trying to address a niche segment with its gaming smartphone. Sadly we don’t have any other details – including the pricing and availability.
MediaTek announced the Helio X20 SoC back in May this year, and since then we have heard several OEMs like Meizu and Xiaomi expected to launch smartphones with this processor. Although Acer didn’t explicitly mention that Predator 6 is powered by the Helio X20, considering Mediatek and deca-core, we are almost certain that we are looking at the first ever smartphone with Helio X20 on board.
Stay tuned for more information in coming days.