Acer announces the Liquid E3 and Liquid Z4 Smart Phones
Acer announces their Liquid E3 and Liquid Z4 smart phones! If you couldn’t tell folks, manufacturers from across the globe are gearing up for 2014. The start of the mobile year is usually marked in celebration with the MWC event in Barcelona. This convention is a place for company’s knee deep in mobile to show off their new wares and brag about their company’s direction. Acer, while you may not recognize the brand for mobile endeavors is getting ahead of the event like many other companies and has announced their Liquid E3 and Liquid Z4 handsets!
Jumping right into the company’s announcement today, we have the Liquid E3. Poised to compete with powerful mid rangers like the Moto G the E3 starts with a 4.7 inch touch screen that offers up a 720×1280 pixel resolution at 312 pixels per inch and gives its end user touchy control over Android version 4.2.2. Inside of the E3 you’ll find a highly capable un-named quad core processor that uses a 1.2 GHz CPU and is backed by 1 GB of RAM and an un-named GPU. Additionally the handset comes with 4 GB of internal storage. Around back the E3 packs in a 13 mega pixel camera with video recording capabilities while a front facing 2 mega pixel shooter is housed up front. Add in GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a micro USB connection for syncing and charging and you complete the Acer Liquid E3. Acer also announced the Liquid Z4 which is a bit under spec when compared to the E3. The Z4 starts with a 4 inch touch screen and is built over the top of an un-named dual-core processor. It comes with a 5 mega pixel rear facing camera and LED flash. More details about the Z4 are a bit underwhelming and mostly missing from the headlines. Price wise, the Z4 will retails for around €99 while the E3 adds a one at €199. Available starting in Europe this April.
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