Acer Liquid e Android 2.1 powered smartphone

Acer present the new version of their Liquid smartphone –  Liquid e. Well the main improvement is Android 2.1 (aka Éclair), but use same Qualcomm 8250 Snapdragon processor which runs at 768MHz.

The  Liquid e  has a 3.5-inch WVGA display, GPS, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, support for 7.2Mbps HSDPA, accelerometer and 5 megapixel camera with AutoFocus. No information about pricing and release details yet.

Acer Liquid e

What’s new on Liquid e with Android Éclair 2.1:

  • Home screens – The new version now handles five home screens by default, allowing users to easily install more applications from the rich selection available on the Android Market, as well as shortcuts and widgets;
  • Quick Contacts – a feature that lets users easily switch between the address book and the social network applications;
  • Live wallpapers to customize your Liquid e on the fly;
  • A new keyboard layout with an extended dictionary for predictive input;
  • An updated version of the Android browser, supporting HTML5, double-tap zooming, video tagging support and geo-location API support.

Source: Acer

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