It looks like Acer’s Liquid smartphone just got a sibling yesterday. Yes, Acer slid the covers of a new version of the Liquid dubbed as Liquid e. The handset should allow both avid mobile users and new users to socialize in high definition.
Boasting of the most recent Android 2.1 Operating System aka Eclair, the new phone is built on the processing and graphical capabilities of the Qualcomm Snapdragon. Complemented with a 3.5” high definition capacitive screen, the phone should be the state-of-the-art for multimedia, web browsing, and social media integration.
Offering seamless internet while on the go, the high-definition smartphone should also suit demanding users. Particularly fashioned for high-definition video playback, whether its streaming, gaming or browsing smoothly rich-content internet sites, the phone seems to do it all with ease.
The new Liquid e with Android Eclair 2.1 is now capable of handling five home screens by default. This should enable users to effortlessly install more applications from the wide selection in the Android Market. With the Quick Contact feature, users can easily switch between the address book and their social networks. Enabling users to customize their phone on the fly with Live wallpapers, there’s also a new keyboard layout with an extended dictionary for predictive input.
Users can look forward to enhanced browsing experience with the updated version of the Android browser. It supports HTML5, double-tap zooming, video tagging support and geo-location API support. Applications, games and web applets are literally brought to life with the robust Snapdragon processor. With virtually no idle-time and almost instant uploads of web pages, downloads of rich multimedia content should also be a breeze.
There’s no word yet on the price or availability of the Acer Liquid e smartphone.