Acer, the Taiwanese hardware maker announces its quad-core processor phone Liquid E2 on Wednesday (April, 24, 2013). The phone running Android 4.x Jelly Bean is bound to arrive in the UK and Europe in mid-May for €229 (around £200).
Early in January when the Liquid E2 made its debut, it arouses many interests for its decent specifications and budget price tag.
Aiming at the European market, the smartphone offers top-notch performance with its quad-core processor inside and optional dual-SIM telephony. The Liquid E2 packs a 4.5-inch qHD (sigh) IPS display and is powered by the MediaTek MT6589 platform with a quad-core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A7 processor, PowerVR SGX544MP graphics and 1GB of RAM. The internal storage is 4GB, which is expanded with microSD.
Acer was keen to talk up the fact that the Liquid E2 comes with a dual SIM slot, however. The firm boasted, "The Liquid E2 is the first Acer quad-core phone with optional dual SIM card slot giving users all the convenience of having two mobiles in one and easily manage personal and business communications."
Now let's take a fresh look at Acer Liquid E2's camera. There's an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording 1080p at 30 frames per second, along with a 2-megapixel front camera for selfies and Skype.
For music lovers, Acer has big surprises -- Acer has equipped the Liquid E2 with stereo speakers and DTS sound enhancement to improve its sound effect.
Acer Liquid E2 is likely to be released in mid-May in Belgium, Netherlands, Ukraine, France, followed by Spain, UK, Italy, Germany and Russia with a suggested retail price of just €229. And the exact prices and dates for a British launch have yet to be announced.
If you are in need of the dual-SIM model and want to know its price, you have to wait for some time. Just like Samsung's Galaxy S4, the Liquid E2 will launch in black and white versions as well.
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