Acer has just announced their new low-cost smartphone ahead of CES 2015, the Liquid Z410. Acer has been a long-time supporter of the budget smartphone movement, and this new device fits right in to the company’s lineup. This new device is meant to deliver a solid mid-range experience to the user without breaking the bank.
So what makes this device so interesting? The Z410 totes a 64-bit quad-core MediaTek MT6732 CPU, ARM Mali-T760 GPU, as well as 4G connectivity. It also has a 4.5-inch qHD display with 540×960 resolution, 5MP rear-facing camera and a 2MP front-facing camera with a wide 80-degree lens. The device also has a battery that can last up to either 5.5 hours of talk time or a massive 400 hours of standby. There’s no mention of the actual battery capacity, but we’ll know more details about the device later in the week. We’re also unsure of what Android version the device is running, but we do know that the company has decided to include familiar software features like Acer QuickTouch and AcerRAPID Key.
The Z410 will be sold for only €129 (around $155), and will be available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa around the end of February. Acer will have the device available on the CES show floor in the coming days, so stay tuned to Android Authority for more details on this device and many others!
Ready to Boom: Acer Introduces the Liquid Z410 4G Smartphone