The Acer Liquid Stream, which we just recently saw at Google I/O (thank you Noah!) last week, decided to make its way over to the FCC to pass the ever-so-important inspection necessary for usage on US frequencies. The device was cleared for 850/1900MHz which means it could be headed to AT&T's network, though as of now it doesn't look like we'll be seeing anything official until October. The device is supposedly running Android 2.1 but you've got to hope it will at least be seeing Froyo by the time it launches. It also has a "5 megapixel camera capable of 720p video capture," according to Engadget. No news on other specs as of yet, but you can be sure we'll keep you informed as we hear more.
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