Acer unveils the new Liquid e – comes with Android 2.1

February 15, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Today, Acer unveiled their latest Android-based smartphone, the Acer Liquid e. Their first android smartphone was the Acer Liquid A1, released back in December. The new device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 768 MHz processor with Android 2.1 (“Eclair”) OS. It has an awesome 3.5” WVGA high definition screen to offer a great multimedia experience. More details below the cut.

The new Acer Liquid e has some cool new features that should make it ideal for those techie users who demand the maximum from their gadgets. The new OS allows for five homescreens by default giving you enough and more space to arrange all your favorite apps and games shortcuts as well as widgets. The “Quick Contacts” feature lets you easily switch between the address book and the social networking applications. The new android browser supports HTML5, double tap zooming, video-tagging support and geo-location API support. The touchscreen keyboard has a new layout along with an extended dictionary for predictive text input.

The 3.5” WVGA capacitive touchscreen offers an awesome multimedia experience when it comes to viewing pictures, videos, and games. Connectivity options include HSPA, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g, and GPS. Pricing and availability details are TBA.


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