Acer Liquid Z410 Announced: Featuring 4G LTE Support, 64-Bit SoC CPU (1 Viewer)


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Ahead of CES 2015, Acer announced the Liquid Z410 smartphone for the Europe, Middle East and Asian market. As per the company press release, the Liquid Z410 will be on display at Pepcom's Digital Experience! Event on January 5th at The Mirage in Las Vegas.

Set to hit the markets in February 2015, Acer Liquid Z410 comes with LTE 4G connectivity, 64-bit processors, commendable audio, camera, and battery life

Acer Liquid Z410 - Key Specifications

The Liquid Z410 sports a 4.5-inch qHD screen display with a resolution of 540x960 pixels display which is translated into 245ppi. This device is clocked by a 64-bit SoC MediaTek MT6752 with Mali-760 GPU and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat.

It employs a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera with 80-degree wide-angle lens. It has front-facing speaker powered by DTS digital audio support for enhanced audio output and unspecified battery which offers 5.5 hours of talk time.

As there is no official word about the RAM, battery and storage capacity, it is equipped with AcerRAPID under the camera and encircled with a textile pattern. As per the company report, the Acer RAPID allows users to access set of customizable actions with one touch and also designed to add speed, flexibility and personalization to the user experience.

Further, the Acer QuickTouch feature allows users to control the phone gestures. For example, drawing a Z shape on the locked display launches the music player and swiping left or right commands previous and next songs, meanwhile a C shape opens the camera and a V shape enable dialer functions according to company statement.

At last Acer EXTEND feature provides users to control their smartphones via cable or wireless using their PC, typing with their keyboard, using drag and drop and rich sharing. It contains the price tag of 129 Euros (approx Rs. 9,750).

Acer Liquid Z410 Announced: Featuring 4G LTE Support, 64-Bit SoC CPU - Gizbot

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