Samsung Acme i8910 leaked again; We love it!

Samsung Acme i8910

This isn’t the first time we’re seeing the ultra-cool all-touchscreen equipped Samsung Acme i8910. The Symbian S60 5th Edition powered device is set to compete head-to-head with Nokia’s 5800 XpressMusic smartphone and has few points to add to the table. Among those we highlight 8 megapixel camera and AMOLED screen. Rest of the specs are pretty much on par with the Tube and include such things as built-in GPS receiver, WiFi, Bluetooth and a standard 3.5mm audio jack. Which one you prefer – the Samsung i8910 or Nokia 5800 XpressMusic? While you’re thinking, check out the Acme image gallery bellow. That might help. ;)

[Via: DailyMobile.se]

  • bazza

    The Acme competing with teh 5800 xm??
    Honestly only the laziest blog writers would assume that connection and i had high hopes for you. Obviously i was wrong.

    I would believe the N97 is more of the competitor teh Acme is aiming for, and surpasing arleady.

    The 5800 xm was never a hig end competitor to any phone, its just a nice little music phone that was blessed with nokia’s first mainstream touch OS. The N97 is where the serious battle begins and Samsung have answered that challenge again.

    So please please please, do better with your analysis. Its that fact that can put one blog ahead of oher generic blogs.

  • Zak

    If you’re comparing the Acme to the N97, the Acme will look better on paper no doubt.

    However, before purchasing a Samsung phone running on Symbian, ensure that you find out if it has important Nokia software, like Nokia Maps for example. The Samsung G810 didn’t come w/ any navigation/map software.

    Also.. inner optical zoom?!? A man can dream can’t he?

  • bazza

    On the software front Nokia rules the roost in comparisson to samsung S60, you just cant deny that Nokia Beta Labs is awesome. Such is why i dont own an innov8, a great hardware spec phone it is.

    So if Nokia and Samsung can work abit more closer to include OVI and other Nokia specific software in the Acme, it would be perfectly awesome. Alas, that is when i wake up from the dream and realise this is the real world. lol

Back to top ▴