The new chipset supports both LTE and 5G networks and features Qualcomm Squistic Noise Cancellation and Suppression for improved call quality.
While Acer is yet to announce the final specifications of the Spin 7, the source states that it’ll have its surfaces which include the touchpad, keyboard, and surrounding areas as well as the display glass (made of Gorilla Glass) treated with antimicrobial silver-ion agents.
Speaking of which, the Spin 7 boasts a magnesium-aluminum alloy chassis and packs a 14-inch IPS LCD display which supports 4,096 levels of pressure (Wacom AES 1.0). Of course, that also means it’s got an active stylus that can be recharged in a dedicated slot.
Acer claims “multi-day” battery life for the device but did not disclose specifics. The device is set to officially launch later this year.