Acer Jade Primo with Continuum costs just $410
Acer’s Pocket PC to cost $140 less than Lumia 950
In September, Acer announced its first Windows 10 phone – Jade Primo. It is a high-end model with not so inspiring design, but the great thing about the Promo is Windows Continuum – a feature that allows you to connect the phone to a larger screen and use it like a PC with universal apps.
Yesterday, at a press conference in Asia, Acer unveiled the price of the smartphone, indicating that the company will be quite aggressive on the market.
Acer Jade Primo will cost around $410 in the Philippines, which is $140 less the Lumia 950 (in the U.S) – a phone with similar specs and the same processor. Of course, there is no guarantee that the phone will have the same price in the US or other markets, but we expect something very close to $410.
The Jade Primo has a 5.5-inch FullHD screen, Snapdragon 808 processor with 3 Gigs of RAM, 32 GB of storage, and a 21MP camera on the back. Judging by the specs and the price, Acer Jade Primo seems to be a great deal and a potential hit.
Acer will also offer Continuum accessories for the phone – keyboard, mouse and a docking station will be bundled with the phone, but also sold separately.