Aside from the gaming-centric Predator 8 tablet, Acer also unveiled a 6-inch smartphone dubbed the Predator 6. The new phone is set to be powered by MediaTek’s deca-core processor, along with 4GB of RAM and dual-haptic feedback motors for vibration (kinda like the ones in PS4 controllers). The phone uses the same 4-speaker setup that’s present in the Predator 8, along with a 21-megapixel rear camera and a full HD display.
While Acer did not reveal what processor is running the show in the Predator 6, it’s liketly to be the Helio X20, packing two ARM Cortex-A72 cores, with 4 mid and 4 low power Cortex-A53 cores. The SoC also packs a high-end Mali T880 GPU which should make short work of whatever games you throw at its way. No price or launch date has been officialy set as of yet.
To see the phone in video, check out the ACER product announcement event below. Just jump to 41:45 so you get right to it.
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