Reviews and Problems with Acer Liquid E / Liquid E Ferrari Edition
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Acer Liquid E Ferrari Review: In Depth
11 February 2011
Conclusion: The Acer Liquid E Ferrari is a decent smartphone with a bright display and a powerful camera. We’re not fans of the Ferrari styling and the lack of a trackpad and flash puts us off too but if you’re desperate for a Ferrari banded phone, you could do worse.
Summary: You can purchase the smartphone for $540-740. This price range is valid for certified Acer Liquid E Ferrari. At first I wanted to write a depressing conclusion as I expected impeccable build and rich configuration from a Ferrari branded product.
Summary: The connection quality and signal reception are impeccable. To my mind the speaker is not loud enough, while the loudspeaker is fine. The vibro is medium and can be felt in the majority of cases.
The smartphone will go on sale soon for around $525.
Conclusion: Although I found this phone to be quite feature packed. I just don’t think it’s really worth it. The phone in general is an under-clocked fatter version of the Sony Xperia X10. Acer has thrown in a bunch of useless applications and widgets that slowed down the phone tremendously.
Acer's Liquid E offers good performance and all the features of Google's Android OS, but lacks any real wow factor
Good Gear Guide.au
6 December 2010
Summary: Acer's Liquid E offers good performance and all the features of Google's Android OS, but its questionable build quality and the fact it lacks any real wow factor makes it a tough sell - especially without a carrier.
Pros: Impressive performance, curved design, notifying LED icons, upgradeable to Android 2.2, battery life
Cons: Flimsy build quality compared to competitors, lacks wow factor, glossy screen hard to see in direct sunlight