Acer Liquid Z2 and E1 officially announced, both have dual SIM versions
Acer has officially announced a brand new Android smartphone, called Liquid Z2, at the same time also providing launch details for the Liquid E1 seen last month.
Both new handsets have dual SIM versions, are made for “feature phone upgraders, first-time and multimedia users”, and come with AcerCloud – Acer’s free “file sharing and media management solution that lets users easily retrieve, enjoy and share their multimedia and data files using a variety of computing devices.”
The Liquid E1 features a 4.5 inch qHD display, 1GHz dual-core processor, dual-speaker system, DTS Sound and a 5MP rear camera. The Z2 only sports a 3.5 inch HVGA display, but keeps the dual-core 1GHz processor.
While the E1 certainly runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it’s not clear if the Z2 comes with JB, too (Ice Cream Sandwich would be disappointing anyway). There are no images of the Z2 for the moment, but we can take a look (again) at the E1:
According to Acer, the Liquid E1 and Z2 will be launched first in France, Netherlands, Belgium and Ukraine, then in Russia, UK and Italy. Unfortunately, the company didn’t mention how much the handsets would cost. Both devices will be presented at MWC 2013 next week.
Acer did not say if it’s also going to showcase the Intel-powered Liquid C1 at MWC.
Via Press release