Acer Liquid Glow

Last updated: Feb 24th, 2012.

The Acer Liquid Glow managed to turn many heads at Mobile World Congress 2012. It was not the most stunning device out there, but its good build-quality and aesthetics managed to make up for the lack of high-end specs.

It was definitely one of the most good-looking devices in Barcelona. And the device does feature Android 4.0 and NFC.

Another factor that makes this device special is the fact that it holds a 3.7-inch screen, but when held, it almost feels like it is a 3.5-inch device. It is very pocketable and could be a great (and aesthetically pleasing) device for those that do not require too much hardware bang.

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Acer Liquid Glow now available in the UK for £150

Acer has a new affordable Android option out in the UK today. The Acer Liquid Glow is a 3.7-inch smartphone with a display resolution of 480×800 and a 1GHz single-core Qualcomm CPU. NFC support and a 5MP camera with LED flash and round out the notable specs. The phone wasn’t designed to break the bank and …

Acer Liquid Glow stops by the FCC

The Acer Liquid Glow has arrived at the FCC’s doorstep, earning the necessary approvals for release…somewhere. Other than a label verifying model number E330, little more is revealed thanks to a 180-day confidentiality agreement. Without a peek at the Liquid Glow’s radio bands predicting which carriers it may launch on is difficult. There has been …

Acer Liquid Glow Hands-On: Very Pocketable Android with 4.0 Power

Like many of the mobile manufacturers here at MWC 2012, Acer is getting in on the Android 4.0 action with the announcement of the Acer Liquid Glow. While the trend of bigger = better continues to be tested and challenged with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note, Acer offers a beautifully compact device running the …