Great styling, slim shape and good camera...
Well built, great Dolby Mobile sound, brilliant Nemoplayer, fast streaming, reasonable price.
Acer’s best smarphone yet. Neat U flourishes make vanilla Android sing
Easy to use, unconventional interface, Box full of accessories
Curiously difficult Android overlayLook and Feel...
Interface takes time to get used to, no camera flash, poor battery life.
Feels like an HTC Desire wannabe. Touchscreen could be more responsive
Mediocre camera quality, Lacks flash, Interface could be more fluid
By BrightHub on May 19, 2011
The Acer Stream is a very good Android option. The list of high end Android smartphones is growing fast and now has about 6-7 phones which can easily compete with the iPhone 4. However, I would recommend the Samsung Galaxy S or the Motorola...80
By PC Advisor on February 11, 2011
With 15 to choose from right now, Acer is taking a scattergun approach to its Android phone line-up. The Acer Stream is one of the better-equipped, although there’s little here to recommend this me-too handset over competitors from HTC or...70
By DigitalVersus on December 30, 2010
Despite being billed as a multimedia phone first and foremost, this handset is a long way from being a star performer for photo and video tasks. Everything else is just about acceptable, but its a shame at the screen isn't brighter and that...60
By MobileBurn on November 05, 2010
James Tromans over at our sister AndroidAuthority.com site has put together a review of the Acer Stream, an Android 2.1 smartphone with a 3.7-inch AMOLED() touchscreen display and a camera that can record 720p video. James likes the design of the...-
By Expert Reviews on November 01, 2010
A powerful, up-to-date Android phone, but its large AMOLED screen is disappointingly dim....80
By 3G UK on October 28, 2010
This is yet another bonus on a phone with a great feature set which also has a good camera and tidy design. Acer Stream...60
By Mobile Choice on October 26, 2010
This is certainly a stylish and highly usable handset but it strays so far from vanilla Android as to be something quite different. Accessing menus, apps and widgets is different from any other Android handset. If you’re new to the platform this...60
By Recombu on October 01, 2010
The Stream is Acer’s best phone to date. It has a gorgeous screen, is very easy to use, boasts great sound and video quality and is generally a great all-round device. We can’t help but lament the lack of a flash on the camera, but otherwise...80
By Good Gear Guide on September 30, 2010
Acer has pitched its Stream smartphone as a multimedia powerhouse, but it fails to live up to expectations. The Acer Stream is far from a bad smartphone, but given its price it doesn't do enough to be considered a valid alternative to more proven...70
By The Inquirer on September 27, 2010
Interestingly, the device comes with a micro-HDMI output port, allowing it to be connected to a larger HDTV to display its multimedia content. This is a rare inclusion in a smartphone and, apart from the Nokia N8, which is due to arrive this month,...70