by James Tromans, 3 years ago
The Acer Liquid Stream comes courtesy of Phandroid, who spotted the device at Google I/O the other day. Well, Acer certainly look as though they are upping their game as the device has recently received…
Before Acer hits the stage for the MWC, it has officially announced the arrival of their flagship entry-level handset that, surprisingly, comes with stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Presenting the cool-sounding Acer Liquid Glow handset! It’s as simple as it gets. Acer dubs this smartphone as “the ultimate balance between style, performance, and affordability”.
The Liquid Glow is a 3.7-inch phone with an 800 x 400 display resolution. It is powered by 1 GHz single-core processor and additional features include a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash, 512MB of RAM and 1 GB of storage. But what’s so fizzy about the Liquid Glow smartphone is its variable color designs. You can choose between Alpine White, Sakura Pink and Cat’s-Eye Black.
Acer’s trademark features – the curves, chrome details, easy user interface, nice grip and feel – are integrated very well into this handset. Judging from the images above, it looks like that the device will be a big hit to the younger generation. So far, Acer hasn’t revealed the corresponding price and the official date of release. But there are speculations that the Liquid Glow will be arriving in the summer and will most probably exclude the U.S. market.
Acer is doing a great of introducing a wide range of devices to fit the varying needs of its consumers. We have yet to see more of the Liquid Glow and the rest of Acer’s line-up for this year at the grand Mobile World Congress this week.