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CES 2015: Acer Liquid Renews Its Range With 4G And Low Price


CES 2015: Acer Liquid Renews Its Range With 4G And Low Price

CES is just beginning the ads rain down in every direction. Acer has unveiled two new devices the Liquid Z410 and the Liquid Jade S to complement its range Liquid. The first setting performance while preserving its smoothness and a fare content, while the latter tries to democratize 4G as many with a tiny price without degrading, on paper, the hardware configuration. The program is promising!

Acer Jade S, Solid Performance

Acer’s flagship boasts a tempting offer data sheet, 5 inch HD Display with Gorilla glass 3, Just to be ready to experience the year 2015. In the event, this is a CPU MediaTek latest 64-bit octa-core, the MT6572M either an eight-core processor provided with an operating frequency of 1.5 GHz ARM cortex. 2GB RAM accompanies the set and 16GB ROM. But disappointment to predict, because it can run with the operating system only Android 4.4 KitKat will be available at launch.

The wait should still be short-lived, since Android Lollipop is already confirmed on the device. After its release. That said, nothing will stop to enjoy the smartphone in all games with the chip Mali T760 which should prowess in 3D games (Kim Kardashian: Hollywood too, rest assured). Battery earns some capacity Jade S will carry a 2100mAh Battery. Enough for a busy day?

Acer also like to highlight the integrated software offer that seems very complete as soon lit smartphone. Acer NAV provides GPS guidance, voice commands are promised to be very elaborate, and the camera offers features like Dual Shot (capturing the front and back of a picture) which many will benefit the rear sensor (13 MP) and the front sensor (5 MP). All likely be released in January for 299 euros. Roughly about (Rs. 16,493).

Acer Liquid Z410

At the other end of the spectrum, we find a low-cost smartphone, the Z410 with rather interesting abilities. Its screen has a diagonal of 4.5 inch qHD displays (960×540 pixels). Certainly the CPU party is amputated 4 cores compared to Jade S, but the graphics chip would remain a Mali T760, which portends a comfortable everyday use. Another notable downgrade, the rear camera sensor goes to 5MPand 2MP front-facing snapper. And it runs with Android 4.4 operating system.

The phone is powered by a 64-bit chipset with 4G, LTE, But the big advantage of this terminal is to offer 4G (up to 150 Mbit /s) on a smartphone whose public price is already set at 129 euros and which launches on January 13 for Rs.8, 990. Will it be enough to compete with the upcoming Motorola Moto E and G, 2 great-stats of this low-cost sector? We’ll know soon enough.