Acer Liquid Metal Android Froyo smartphone official

Acer Liquid Metal smartphones is now official and will be available in UK starting mid November for £299.

The Liquid Metal has curvy design with stainless steel back panel, a LED signals on the upper part of the phone, that notify the user of missed calls, the need to charge the battery, and new incoming messages clearly. It is equipped with a rounded 3.6-inch touchscreen display with 800 x 480 resolution, which can display up to 16M. colors.  Inside is powered by Qualcomm 7230 800 MHz processor and runs Android Froyo.

Acer Liquid Metal

It also packs  384MB RAM, Dolby Surround sound, quad-band 2G and tri-band 3G with HSDPA 14.4Mbps, WiFi b/g/n and a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, image stabilizer, and facial and smile recognition, as well 720p HD video recording in Xvid format. It is capable to become WiFi hotspot for all enabled devices, so as to connect them to the Internet via its 3G connection, or via USB and also can stream content through DLNA/UPnP.

Acer Liquid Metal

Acer’s Liquid Metal also features a new Breeze user interface, where infomation is visable even when the screen is locked, as well other enhancements as view the application history and quickly start up your most used appliations,  customize your homescreen as you like it and re-arrange the way you access your favourite applications according to your own specific needs. Also Acer SocialJogger Application aggregates your Facebook and Twitter feeds, allowing you to surf through the updates with the trackwheel and new browser with  Flash support and  JavaScript engine.

The brown will be available first from mid November with the silver arriving in early December.

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