Reviews and Problems with Acer Liquid Z3 Duo / Liquid Z3 Dual / Liquid Z3
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26 February 2014
Summary: Introduction It’s a rare occurrence that in this day and age where people are obsessed over the latest and greatest devices a manufacturer has to offer that we would be as enthralled with an entry level Android Smartphone such as the Acer Liquid Z3s.
Summary: Cheap. A 3.5-inch screen, 4 GB memory and a dual-core CPU - this small entry-level smartphone from Acer is neither a performance nor connectivity powerhouse, but it does offer a full-blown Android phone for less than 100 Euros (~$137). Is this smartphone worth the relatively meager investment?
Pros: Good battery life, Dual SIM, Storage can be extended, Small and compact, Worth the price, Bright display which offers strong contrast, ..., The workmanship and the battery life are really good.
Cons: ... yet has a low resolution., Small memory., Slow performance., Modest camera., A higher resolution would have been nice.
Summary: To cut it short, the Acer Liquid Z3 could have and would have been an amazing phone if it was released probably a year ago. It offers a great balance of things from the vibrant display, the good camera & the solid build quality along with the flip cover.
Conclusion: It may feel like we're repeating ourselves, but we made every effort to look at the Acer Liquid Z3 in perspective. The $130 odd price tag has definitely had a profound effect on how we look at the Z3, and we were definitely left impressed with the build quality of the device.
Pros: High build quality, Great price-to-performance ratio, Near-stock Android experience, Battery longevity
Cons: Low-resolution display, Generic camera, Browsing experience is average at best
Conclusion: The Liquid Z3 has some good points, and some bad points, and your decision to get it or not will depend on what aspects you value most in a smartphone. The screen isn't great -- small, and low resolution -- but the processor is about as good as you'll get at this price.
Pros: More powerful processor than expected, dual SIM, low price
Cons: Poor screen and camera, no front-facing camera, cheap casing
Summary: Acer is perhaps better known as a laptop-maker, but what many people don’t realise is that Acer is starting to carve its way into the world of smartphones. In an interview at this year’s MWC in Barcelona, a team member at Acer told us that the company was focusing its efforts on first-time...
Summary: Overall the phone has a purpose, in fact it has two purposes. Scratch that it has three. Those three things are for kids, for the elderly or for budget travellers. But even for those three types of user there will be compromises.
Pros: DTS Audio, Small and compact, Several different launchers designed for kids and the elderly, Dual SIM, Micro SD slot, Removable battery
Cons: Two point multi touch makes using the screen a drawn out chore, Screen is usually covered in fingerprints, Camera very basic with no flash, Full size SIM cards, QVGA display, MediaTek SOC GPS issues, Fiddly top mounted power button
Test de l’Acer Liquid Z3 Duo (Z130) : compact et pas cher
19 November 2014
Conclusion: Sur le segment de marché des smartphones tactiles Android à moins de 100€ , il est clair qu’il n’y a pas pléthore d’offres. Clairement, mis à part quelques rares mobiles tels que le Wiko Cink+ ou encore le Ucall Austin , le choix est vite limité… et on bascule assez rapidement sur des mobiles très...