Acer recently has revealed a new smartphone in the form of Liquid Z3, which sure doesn’t follow the trend of super-big devices, but it offers pretty nice specs that budget-minded smartphone users seek for. Featuring a 3.5 inch display, the Acer Liquid Z3 houses a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, accompanied by 4GB internal storage under the hood. Plus, there’s GPS, WiFi and HSPA+ (up to 21 Mbps) support. Android version 4.2 of Jelly Bean operating system is running the show out of box and Acer even promised to upgrade its baby to Android 4.3 soon.
Unfortunately, the Z3 has a 3-megapixel camera that doesn’t seem cool enough these days.
Priced around 99 EUR (circa $132) the phone can be grabbed in Rock Black and Classic White color flavors by mid-August in Belgium, Netherlands, France, Spain, UK, Italy, Germany, Ukraine and Russia, initially. As a nice bonus, consumers will also be able to choose from a wide variety of flip-cover and back-cover accessories in a range of color options, including Sakura Pink, Pop Yellow and Lagoon Turquoise.
There will also be a dual-SIM variant of the handset available for purchase. However, Acer provided no further details on the matter.