Acer unveils Liquid Mini Froyo-powered smartphone

Acer has introduced a new member of Liquid family-the liquidmini which feature subtle curves with chrome edges and is powered by 600MHz Qualcomm 7227 processor.

The phone has 3.2-inch (480 x 320) capacitive multi-touch display, 512MB of RAM, 512MB ROM, an Accelerometer, compass, proximity, light sensor and the standard connectivity package – WiFi, Blueooth, GPS and DLNA support for streaming music and video to a DLNA compatible devices. For shooting the liquid mini offers 5 megapixel camera with Geo-tagging and 480p@30fps capability.

Acer Liquid Mini

The Acer liquidmini runs Android Froyo operating system with custom Acer UI on top. It comes with the full-featured Google suite of applications including Gmail, Google Maps, Google Navigation and Google Talk, Acer’s SocialJogger app that integrates your Facebook and Twitter accounts, DocumentsToG to iew and edit popular office files (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF), as well access to Android Market. It is expected to be available  in April in five colors – jet silver, royal blue, piano black, lime green and light pink.

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