Acer has revealed the Acer Liquidmini, a new Android 2.2-powered device, at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
The Liquidmini joins Acer’s Liquid range of smartphones but, as the name suggests, brings a more diminutive frame to the table, measuring in at 110.4×57.5 x 13mm and boasting a 3.2-inch HVGA display (0.3 inches smaller than the original Liquid).
- Android 2.2 Froyo
- 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen
- 5Mp camera
- 480p video recording
- HSDPA/wi-fi connectivity
The Liquidmini comes packed with all the standard social media apps pre-installed along with Acer’s own SocialJogger, an app which mergers your Facebook and Twitter updates into one feed (similar to HTC’s Friend Stream).
The device is being released in spectrum of colours (silver, blue, black, green and pink) and, judging by the specs, will be priced at the budget end of the smartphone market (pricing is TBA, but we’ll take a wild guess at around £150 on PAYG).
All of this suggests that Acer is gunning for the teen market with the Liquidmini, which may make it stand out from the crowd of budget Android devices that we’re likely to see throughout 2011.
The Acer Liquidmini is out in the UK on April 11. For all the latest news and updates direct from CES in Las Vegas head over to our interactive live news ticker.