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Rogers Wireless Acer Liquid E Review

Rogers Wireless Acer Liquid E Review

Your eyes do not deceive you; the Liquid E looks identical to the original Acer Liquid, the company's first attempt at an Android smartphone. That's because the key change is on the inside: the underclocked Snapdragon processor - running at 768MHz rather than the more usual 1GHz - now gets to play with Android 2.1 rather than the 1.6 of its predecessor. The first Liquid never really managed to lift its head above the rest of the smartphone crowd; will the Rogers Wireless Acer Liquid E fare better? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Acer Liquid e hands-on

Acer Liquid e hands-on

Acer's new Android flagship, the Liquid e, certainly promises a lot on paper - a 768 MHz Snapdragon processor, 3.5-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, 5-megapixel autofocus camera and Android 2.1 for starters - so we headed over to the company's booth here at MWC 2010 to see whether it delivered.  Check out our first impressions after the cut.

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Acer Liquid e Android phone

Acer Liquid e Android phone

The Acer Liquid e features latest Android 2.1 and powered by Qualcomm 8250 768 MHz Snapdragon processor, a 3.5” WVGA capacitive touchsceren, 1350 mAh Li-Po battery, 512 ROM and 256 RAM and 5MP autofocus camera. Check the full spec and feature list below. Pricing and release date is to be determined.

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Acer Liquid A1 hits FCC with AT&T 3G support

Acer Liquid A1 hits FCC with AT&T 3G support

Only the other day we were watching the Acer Liquid A1 - the company's first Android smartphone - being joyously unboxed in a couple of videos, and now there's talk of the handset landing on AT&T at some point.  The Liquid A1 has been spotted running through the FCC's gauntlet of wireless testing fire, complete with support for the 850 and 1900 bands.  They just so happen to be the 3G frequencies AT&T use in the US.

Now there's no official word from either Acer or AT&T, and of course the FCC has no say in the matter either, so we're just speculating about the Acer Liquid's eventual carrier destination.  However AT&T are yet to release an Android device, and with their rivals in the US beginning to gather momentum with the platform we wouldn't be surprised to find that they were shopping around.

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Acer Liquid A1 gets twin video unboxings

Acer Liquid A1 gets twin video unboxings

How many unboxing videos of the Acer Liquid A1 would you like?  If the answer is "two", keep reading my friend; if the answer is "three" then you're far too greedy, frankly.  The company's first Android smartphone began shipping earlier this week, and so the first of the unboxing videos have popped up from contented new owners.

Video unboxings after the cut

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Acer Liquid A1 gets previewed: speedy Android but little customization

Acer Liquid A1 gets previewed: speedy Android but little customization

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 may have been making the Android headlines this week, but it's not the first smartphone running Google's open-source OS to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.  That honor goes to the Acer Liquid A1 - though the company have apparently underclocked the CPU to 768MHz - set to be the first Snapdragon Android phone to reach consumers' hands.  Arne from the::unwired has been playing with the Liquid and has put together a "preview" review.

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Acer Liquid A1 hands-on shows new UI, nifty status LEDs

Acer Liquid A1 hands-on shows new UI, nifty status LEDs

Acer's Liquid A1 Android smartphone may have Snapdragon under the hood, but that's not enough to keep us happy these days.  We also like to see a custom UI, and from the early details coming out of HDBlog.it it looks as though Acer have done a little - though not a lot - to tweak OS 1.6 Donut.  In fact, we're more excited by the little status LEDs they've embedded into the top edge of the Liquid, to show whether you have new messages and what the battery status is.

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