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[Computex 2013] Acer announced new 5.7" phablet: Acer Liquid S1

It's a phablet wars, currently Samsung, Huawei, LG and Lenovo have announced their phablet. There's also a rumor saying that HTC, Nokia and Sony are working for their phablet. Before that, it seems like Acer also taking part the phablet wars. Acer has just announced Liquid S1, it is a 5.7" phablet which is larger than Note II.

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The Liquid S1 has a 5.7" 720p HD TFT display, it is Acer first smartphone that has larger display than 5". The phablet is bound for Asia and Europe, this means that Malaysia will be getting it soon. The Acer Liquid S1 available for single-SIM and dual-SIM variants.

The Liquid S1 is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core MediaTek processor with 1 GB of RAM. It is also running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with stock Android experience. The phablet has a 8 GB internal storage with microSD card slot up to 32 GB.

The Liquid S1 has a 88 degrees wide viewing angle front camera. The phablet also offers 2,400 mAh battery to overcome the large display. At the moment, Acer's "Float UI" focuses on built-in apps like the clock and calculator, but the inclusion of note, map, email and camera software could prove useful under more extensive use.

The Acer Liquid S1 weighs at 195 g which is more heavier than the Lumia 920 and Note II. It features Acer Float User Interface that allows for multitasking, Acer Auto Profile that supports predefined network settings for frequently visited locations, Mobile studio, Live sharing and more.

Do stay tuned for more upcoming news.


The Liquid S1 is rocking a 5.7-inch 1280 x 720 pixel display, making it bigger than the top-selling phablet, the Galaxy Note II. Running on that huge display, we’ve got a near stock build of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is very nice. The only modifications, from what we can see, are just some Acer widgets. Powering this beast is a 1.5GHz quad-core Mediatek chip with 1GB of RAM. With the device, Acer is really looking to push the cloud and using cloud storage.


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