By February 15, 2010

MWC: Acer outs Liquid e Android handset



Acer has announced the latest handset from its Liquid range of Android phones – the Acer Liquid e.

The Acer Liquid e is an update of the company’s Liquid S100 handset and uses the latest Android 2.1 OS.

Essentially this means it has a chip in it which isn’t going to wheeze and splutter every time you ask the phone to do two things at once. This chip is a graphically aware Qualcomm 8250 Snapdragon processor, which pumps out info at 768 MHz.

Liquid Es are good

The screen on board is a 2.5-inch WVGA LCD, there’s a 5MP camera, video recording and GPS as well.

Media capacity comes in the form of a micro-SD slot (up to 32GB) and there’s also a 3.5mm jack so your everyday headphones can be used with it. As it packs Android 2.1, you will be given the use of five home screens, quick contacts and double tap zooming, no word on multitouch yet.

Release date, price or carriers not yet known. Stay tuned.


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