Acer Liquid Glow ICS Smartphone With NFC Announced

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Acer didn’t waste time until the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to officially announced their upcoming Android smartphone, called as Acer Liquid Glow. Acer UK has confrmed in their Press Release if the Liquid Glow Smartphone will be available this early Summer 2012 andthe company offering the handset in three colors, Alpine White, Sakura Pink and Cat’s-eye Black.

Like other latest smartphone on the market, Acer Liquid Glow will be running with latest generations of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as the operating system provide stable platform for web browsing, streaming video and other entertainment features. Under the hood,it will be packed with a Qualcomm 7227A single-core processor which offer clocking speed at 1GHZ and paired with 512MB of RAM will be give enough power for your activities.

New Liquid Glow Android smartphone designed with a soft-touch casing plus grippy body and measures 117 x 58.5 x  11.5 mm and weighs 125g, so you can easily slip it into your pocket and make it comfortable in your hand. It will be boasts 1GB of internal storage plus microSD card slot to expanded storage capacity and a 3.7-inch WVGA display with support maximum resolutions at 480×800 pixel and offer new touch-sensitive buttons for home, search, back and app-multitasking.

On the back, you will find 5 MegaPixel rear auto focus camera with LED Flash for capture images or video record, even in low light conditions. For connectivtiy, there is micro USB port, WiFi and other slot like other smartphone. According the press release, the 3.7 inch Liquid Glow also offer NFC and Android Beam support, so you can share your photos, music or videos with other Android device that compatible with NFC. However, there is no worn on princing, but Acer Liquid Glow Andorid smartphone will be apperas at MWC in Google Android Booth and hopefully they will be release more informations.

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