Acer took the wraps off from Acer Liquid X2. The WP-powered Liquid M220 is getting released in the US
Fans of Acer will be happy to learn about the latest announcements of the company regarding two models of the Acer Liquid series. First, the Windows Phone 8.1-powered smartphone Acer Liquid M220 was announced early in March at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. Back then the company revealed that the handset is getting released in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The news about the mid-ranger is that it is getting released in the States. Before we refresh your memory with the specs of the smartphone, it is worth it to share the second big announcement of Acer.
The company is launching Acer Liquid X2 endowed with impressive 4000mAh battery. It comes with a 5.5-inch screen. Under the hood of the model is ticking an octa-core CPU with 64-bit architecture. It supports triple-SIM which is also impressive. Among the advantages of the Acer Liquid X2 are the two cameras integrated on the rear and the front panels. Both of them boast 13MP resolution. It is still unknown when and where the new smartphone will land on markets.
Those of you who are interested in buying the Acer Liquid M220 will have this opportunity in June via the MicrosoftStore.com. It costs $79.99. The device is packed with 4-inch screen, 480 x 800p resolution. It works with dual-core silicon with Snapdragon 200 chip and 1GB memory. It boasts 8GB of expandable native memory. As we mentioned above, the Acer Liquid M220 runs on Windows Phone 8.1 OS. On the back side stands a 5MP camera paired with a 2MP front-facing sensor. It is powered by a 13000mAh. If the update of the platform is a deal breaker for you, keep in mind that Acer will upgrade the model to Windows 10.