Acer Liquid A1 Android mobile phone launchedAcer Liquid has 5Mp camera and 1GHz processor

14 October 2009

Acer Liquid Android mobile phone white

Acer has announced the arrival of a new Android smartphone - the Acer Liquid.

The company claims that the Liquid handset is the first Wide-VGA smartphone running the Android 1.6 operating system, also known as 'Donut', and the first Android handset with the 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

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The Acer Liquid has a high-definition 800x480 pixel resolution capacitive touchscreen, and Acer claims that the Liquid has an optimised 5Mp camera with geo-tagging, variable ISO settings, self-timer options and an accelerated autofocus function.

There's also real-time notification of status or content updates on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Picasa and Flickr.

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The Acer Liquid will be available in red, white and black. Pricing and availability have yet to be confirmed. 

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