Excerpt: This Acer Liquid E2 is quite a good phone for it's price. Very fast. no lagging playing games. But sometimes playing "ZOOKEEPER's BATTLE" the screen become weird responding. 1. Good material 2. Of course can't compare the screen with the more expensive high level phones. 3. Design is not sophisticated as Sony xperia series... (but this one is a lot faster than Sony Xperia L) - so you decide to choose the design, or more to the hardware. Good phone.
Summary: Miserable design? Mr. Reviewer, would you kindly get a sense of fashion and design before making terrible judgements like that. The Samsung Galaxy S Series should take a leap out of other manufacturer's books with their ultra-bland design.
Summary: For £150 (UK Three), this is a bargain smartphone - perfect for first time buyers or people needing a smartphone on a limit budget. You get a lot of spec for the money but you don't get the obvious high end finish. The screen is vibrant and clear (no HD here though), the camera is 8mp and video is 1080p. The OS is stock android (4.2.1) and has all the latest OS features.
Summary: I purchased the dual sim version of this phone for £180 from Expansys. The reviewer may also be interested to know that in the last couple of days an update was released that allows apps to be installed to the SD card, eradicating the most serious issue with the phone. I have now been using this phone for 3 weeks and am very happy with it.
Summary: On balance the specs are pretty similar to the Motorola RAZRi although the key difference is the processor - 2GHz single core vs 1.2 quad core. I amstill happy withe RAZRi which I got for £150 on £ but subsequently discovered was actually SIM free (now back up to £249!). Still, this seems to be a decent effort from Acer, although its a shame about the speakers........