Conclusion: The Acer Liquid is a good phone and it's obvious that a lot of love has gone into making it. However we felt that it was really let down by three major things: the lack of a trackball or trackpad, the unresponsiveness of the four menu keys and the camera shutter key.
Conclusion: The Acer Liquid A1 is a solid high end Android smartphone. The no-contract price isn't bad, in fact it's less expensive than the Nexus One. We like the sharp and bright high resolution display, the overall design and fast CPU.
Pros: High res display, fast CPU, 3G HSPDA on AT&T's 1900MHz band.
Cons: Currently runs on the older Android 1.6 OS, battery life is so-so.
Excerpt: Acer’s latest is also their very first Android powered handset, the Liquid. The Liquid is Acer’s attempt at capturing today’s mobile audiences with a user friendly design concept and of course we can’t forget the open source operating system.