Just yesterday the FCC cleared a device that seems to have appeared out of nowhere in a display case at Google I/O - the Acer S110 Liquid Stream. We don't know a ton about it other than it's expected to launch with Android 2.1 sometime in October, and is sporting a 5 megapixel camera capable of recording 720p quality video. Today, the same device popped up on the Bluetooth SIG site having received Bluetooth certification. The Bluetooth certification page describes the devices as follows: "This product is a 3.5G mobile phone with 5M auto focus camera and MP3 player, vedio recorder, Bluetooth connection functions, WLAN connection functions, GPS fixed functions and HDMI." So far so good, no? I'm liking the thought of 3.5G and I'm assuming that means HSDPA+. The Liquid Stream has now made it passed two of the hurdles necessary to come to market, so it's interesting that it's not expected to launch until October. As usual, time will be the judge on this one. Any thoughts? Share them below!