Acer isn’t a vital actor in a Android smartphone marketplace yet a association still does launch a few engaging inclination each now and then. The latest serve to Acer’s singular lineup of smartphones is a Liquid Jade S that is partial of Acer’s Liquid Jade series. The association had launched a Liquid Jade and Liquid E700 recently, and now has launched a initial 64-bit smartphone in a Liquid Jade S.
The Acer Liquid Jade S comes with a Mediatek MT6752M SoC with 1.5GHz octa-core processor and a Mali T760 GPU. This is one of Mediatek’s newest SoCs and comes with 64-bit pattern support and also facilities LTE Cat.4 connectivity with support for limit download speeds of 150Mbps. The arrangement uses a 5 in. 1280 x 720 HD row with a pixel firmness of around 294PPI. There is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage, that can thankfully be stretched serve with a microSD label container provided. The behind camera is flattering considerable for a mid-range device as it comes with a 13MP sensor with an f1.8 orifice lens with fun voice formed constraint and Bright Magic record to urge low-light performance. You can snap a print with a behind camera by simply observant “Cheese” and “Selfie” to take a selfie with a 5MP front-facing camera. A 2300mAh battery is also on-board. Connectivity options embody Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11/b/g/n/ and LTE 4G with dual-SIM standby support. The device ships with Android 4.4.4 KitKat and we would contend it doesn’t seem unequivocally approaching that a device will see an Android 5.0 Lollipop refurbish anytime soon.
Acer also seems to have combined dts-HD reward sound record to a loudspeaker on a device, that is positioned during a behind strangely. Many new inclination have front-facing speakers now so a sound doesn’t get muffled when we place a phone on a back. Unfortunately Acer has motionless to omit that completely.
Apart from a hardware specs, a skinny form of a device is also flattering impressive. The Liquid Jade S is usually 7.78mm skinny and weighs only 116 grams. Other than that, a pattern isn’t quite impressive, a trait it shares with all a siblings in fact. Acer has attempted to piquancy adult a pattern a bit though, with a use of a textured behind on a device. But as we have seen in a past, a textured behind doesn’t unequivocally supplement most to a altogether pattern interest of a device. Nonetheless, it should still be a flattering good choice for anyone looking during a mid-range phablet in a budget. The device goes on sale in Taiwan on Dec 18th during a cost of TWD 6,990 ($224). It is also approaching to be launched shortly in a Indian market, and is already listed on Acer’s central Indian website.