The Acer Liquid Android smartphone runs on a 768MHz processor, and here’s what someone who had a look at it has to say.
While keeping the Android flavor, Acer did a good job in enhancing Google’s Android platform wherever necessary. Sure, it’s not yet perfect, I would like to see an improved soft-keyboard as well as a kind of smart-dialing application for faster contacts access, but the multimedia and social networking integration makes the Acer Liquid a real fun device, which stays connected to your social networks. Now, all it needs is a Twitter client/integration also and it would be my perfect social media phone.
Hope to see future Snapdragon-powered smartphones that run on Android roll out in a bunch soon!
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