Acer hasn’t done well in the Android world this year. Their hardware is solid enough, and their no-nonsense approach to software is refreshing, but they’ve been beaten pretty soundly by the likes of Samsung, HTC and Asus at just about every junction. They’re not shy about admitting it, either: To clarify the company’s ongoing position, founder Stan Shih told DigiTimes that it wouldn’t be going anywhere in 2012. He likened the rocky road it’s faced in the mobile spectrum so far to its early years in the laptop market, where it currently holds a commanding position.
That said, the company may be releasing fewer products overall in the coming…
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Acer cuts back for 2012, focuses on high-end phones and tablets
Michael Crider – androidcommunity.com
Category: Android News