Well, Acer has made their first move by announcing a new mid-range smartphone to the Jade series, the Acer Liquid Jade Z at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. Acer Liquid Jade Z comes with an impressive features and a price affordable to many of the consumers who are in search of mid-range Android smartphone. However, Acer had also announced their flagship, the Liquid Jade S during this CES 2015 which was powered with a 64-bit Mediatek Octa-core processor.
The Acer Liquid Jade Z features a 5-inch HD IPS display with Corning’s Gorilla Glass and the Zero Air Gap technology which is capable of reducing unwanted reflections.The Acer Liquid Jade Z also comes powered with Mediatek 64-bit quad-core processor and 4G LTE connectivity which allows speedy browsing, streaming and downloading all over the web.
As far as cameras are concerned, the Liquid Jade Z features a 13MP rear-facing camera with F1.8 aperture which allows 20% more light to reach the sensor, along with Bright Magic that integrates multiple picture into one single shot. Thanks to Bright Magic and Surround shot, users can capture a “Perfect Selfie” even in low-light conditions. On the front, the Liquid Jade Z has a 5MP camera that features F2.2 aperture, allowing users to take better selfies even in low-light conditions.
Some of the notable feature of Acer includes the AcerEXTEND which allow users to control their smartphones via cable or wirelessly using their Windows-based PC and AcerNAV which is a free offline navigation software that provides the Liquid Jade Z users with the flexibility to navigate without any data plan at home or abroad. The Acer Liquid Jade Z is beautifully curved with body about 7.9mm slim and weighs only 110 grams. The Liquid Jade Z is affordably priced at 199 Euros and will be arrive in market from March. Stay tuned for more updates. [PRESS RELEASE]
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