Earlier this year Acer unveiled the Acer Liquid E1, and now they are back with a followup handset, the Liquid E2.
While the original Liquid E1 was powered by a dual-core processor, the E2 features a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, accompanied by 1GB of RAM. Other specs for the Liquid E2 include a 4.5-inch IPS display with qHD resolution, 4GB storage, microSD, an 8MP rear cam, 2MP front cam, 42Mbps HSPA+ support, dual-SIM compatibility and a 2000mAh battery.
We currently can’t say for sure what version of Android the Liquid E2 will run, but considering the E1 ran Jelly Bean 4.1, it is a pretty safe bet that the new version will at the very least run some version of Jelly Bean.
The Acer Liquid E2 isn’t going to win any design awards or blow any of your friends away, but it is certainly a solid enough mid-ranger. So when is the handset coming and how much will it set you back?
The Liquid E2 will touch down in mid-May in the UK, Italy, Germany, Ukraine, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain and Russia. As for the price, the phone will cost just €229, or around $298. The phone will be available in black or white color choices.
What do you think, does the Acer Liquid E2 sound like something you’d be interested given its reasonably decent specs and relatively low price?