Acer Liquid E1: Mid Range Smartphone Announced With Android Jelly Bean OS

By Gizbot Bureau

    Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation Acer is indeed stepping into the world of Android-powered smartphones quite aggressively.

    The well known producers of quality laptops have recently announced their new Android smartphone - Acer Liquid E1. Although, this phone is not meant to be compared to other powerful smartphone offering out there in the market, however for those looking for mid range smartphones with decent specs, the newly launched Liquid E1 fits the bill, just fine. The phone looks and feels a lot like the Acer CloudMobile S500 and is said to be pretty much similar, apart from the lesser specifications.

    Acer Liquid E1: Mid Range Smartphone Announced With Android Jelly Bean


    Although the device is not yet available in the market, it is safe to say the smartphone will be released internationally before the end of this year. It would be no surprise to see the Android based phone being featured in the Mobile World Congress, to be held in the month of February 2013.

    Running down with the specifications of Acer Liquid E1, the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean powered smartphone will pack a 4.5-inch display with qHD resolution, 5-megapixel auto-focus camera at the back with LED flash and a front-facing VGA camera, 1GHz dual-core processor accompanied by 1GB RAM, 4GB internal memory and a 1760 mAh battery. Some other features the phone offers, includes Bluetooth, GPS, FM Radio, and HSPA connectivity.

    There is no question about the quality of laptops which Acer makes, but will their soon to be released smartphone Acer Liquid E1 fare well in the market? Let us know, on what you think about the device in terms of specs, in the comments section below.

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