Acer Liquid Z3 packs Android 4.2 and a dual-core processor for just €99
Acer’s still doing its thing in the mobile world, despite the fact that it hasn’t really seen success yet. But maybe persistence is the key in this case.
The company has unveiled yet another Android-powered smartphone, the Liquid Z3. It’s an extremely affordable offering targeted at first-time smartphone users regardless of age, but it packs a couple of surprising specs. First of all, it’s got dual-SIM support, and second – it has a dual-core 1 GHz processor. That is great for this price range.
Speaking of which, the Acer Liquid Z3 will retail for just €99 unlocked when it goes on sale “in mid-August” in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ukraine, France, Spain, the UK, Italy, Germany, and Russia.
The rest of its specs though are decidedly low-end, as you’d expect. The Z3 sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen, a 3 MP camera, 4 GB of internal storage space, Wi-Fi, 21 Mbps HSPA, GPS, and it runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean (a version that’s so far been rather absent from the low-end of the smartphone space).
The Liquid Z3 will be offered in black and white. Flip-covers and replaceable back-covers will be available in many more colors.