Acer has decided to unveil yet another Android-powered smartphone today. It’s called Liquid E2. Earlier this year, Acer also announced the Liquid E1, a midranger with pretty decent looks.
The E2 is similar in terms of specs to the E1, but comes with a different design, a better camera, and a quad-core processor (whereas the E1 has to do with just two cores).
The E2 has a 4.5-inch 540×960 IPS touchscreen, optional dual-SIM support, 42 Mbps HSPA+, an 8 MP rear camera with zero shutter lag, a 2 MP front camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, FM radio, and a microSD card slot. It obviously runs Android, but the exact version is a mystery for now. Since the E1 runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, we’re hoping the same is the case here. 4.0 would be a shame in this day and age, and 4.2 is still very rare for some reason.
Acer will start selling the Liquid E2 in mid-May in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ukraine, France, Spain, the UK, Italy, Germany, and Russia. It will be priced at €229 and will come in both black and white.