Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition smartphone

Acer releases a special edition of its Android-powered Liquid e smartphone – Liquid E Ferrari. Can you guess the color of the new exclusive phone? If you can’t don’t read the rest.

Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition

Of course the Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition has a glossy red casing with chreome trim and on the back sports the legendary “Scuderia Ferrari” shield with details in carbon fibre, the phone also come with chic Ferrari case and Bluetooth headset with noise-cancellation. The “Ferrari” weights 135g, features 3.5-inch(WVGA) capacitive screen,Qualcomm snapdragon 8250 at 768MHz, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera with autofocus, geo-tagging and adjustable ISO and runs Android 2.1 operating system.

Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition

“A Ferrari is not just about speed. It is an expression of beauty, power, excitement, pleasure and natural excellence” comments Gianpiero Morbello, Acer Vice President, Marketing and Brand. “From the original concept to the finished product the new smartphone was conceived down to the finest details with the idea of giving a stronger sense of belonging to all Ferrari fans.”

Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition

Acer also includes exclusive content like images, wallpapers videos and a special set of ringtones allows you to personalise your phone with the inimitable sweet music of the Ferrari engine.

Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition

There is no information about price and availability yet, but stay tuned.

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