The last we heard of the Acer Liquid Metal was when it hit the FCC bearing some AT&T bands. Now, the device has turned up on Rogers in Canada as the Acer Liquid MT and we're going to go ahead and put it through its paces. A quick look at the specs tells us that it's certainly not up to par with the dual-cores of today but if anyone is looking to get started with a basic device that has a lot of features the Acer Liquid MT fits rather nicely. A spec reminder:
- 1500mAh Li-Ion battery
- 3.5mm audio jack
- 3G HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
- 5 mega pixel camera
- 800 MHz Scorpion processor
- Qualcomm MSM 7230 chipset
- Adreno 205 GPU
- Android OS v2.2 (Froyo)
- Bluetooth v2.1 + A2DP
- Dolby Mobile sound enhancement
- GPS with A-GPS support
- Internal 512 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM
- MicroSD card support up to 32GB
- MicroUSB v2.0 port
- Screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels
- Wireless LAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, UPnP
All in all, a rather interesting package that I've enjoyed thus far. Hit the break for the video unboxing and stay tuned for our full review over the next day or three.
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