Acer Liquid Mini – a very attractive little device
17 August 2011
Conclusion: The Acer Liquid Mini is already available in most European countries, although no network has picked it up in the US. If you want a simple Android smartphone that looks great and doesn’t cost as much as a Sony Ericsson, this is a perfect variant!
Summary: At the end of our review we can say that the Acer Liquid Mini is not the smallest smartphone from the market. The device is not the most powerful. Even so, its very good price offers good capabilities.
Excerpt: The Acer Liquid Mini is a petite Android phone with exchangeable back-covers. A shrunken version of Acer’s first Android offering, it also has its own in-house software interface and apps. We weren’t wowed by the original, but how does this fun-sized smartphone stack up against its predecessor?
Excerpt: Sooner or later all Android manufacturers shift their accents from top models to the budget segment just like HTC and Samsung that started with expensive models only and then smoothly shifted to the medium and low price range, and just like Acer.
Summary: It's curved design, array of different coloured shells and dinky form factor will appeal to the fashion conscious, though the screen is not the most illuminating A largely familiar Android UI, with some good additional optional customisation, and an intelligent history page that lets you easily...
Pros: A dinky form factor that?s home to a host of features all running on Android 2.2. Froyo
Cons: The 600MHz processor means an amount of patience is required when opening up applications and features