Early this year, world-famous netbook and laptop maker Acer unleashed the mid-range Acer Liquid E1 V360 into the Asian and European markets. Not a few of the critics quickly passed judgment: ho-hum, another forgettable phone. Acer’s releases into the Android smartphone market are usually either easily lost from memory after a brief sizzle, or simply maligned by critics and thereafter erased from humanity’s consciousness. Will the same fate befall the Acer Liquid E1 V360? Allowed to stand and shine on its own merit, does this new release from Acer have even a bit of sparkle and glitter to catch the…
If there was ever a time to buy a phone from Acer, it’s now, as the Liquid E1 Duo is up for pre-orders in the UK at a very enticing price.
Today, Acer launched Liquid C1 smartphone in yet another Southeast Asian country, along with the Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2.
Acer has announced two new phones before the start of MWC. Both are for budget conscious people. But honestly, if you’re on a budget, why not buy used?
Acer has apparently decided to intro yet another easily forgettable phone in China, dubbed Liquid E1. Besides the uninspired name (although it’s at least memorable), the new guy suffers from a severe lack of power and style.