|Acer Liquid Metal
|63mm x 115mm x 13.5mm
|Latest OS Version
|01 Nov 2010
|800 MHz Scorpion
|480 x 800
|Pixels Per Inch
|Max Video Resolution
|Maximum Storage Space
|Memory Card Type
|3.5mm Headphone Jack
|The Liquid Metal, manufactured by Acer, was released in November 2010. With a processor speed of 0.8 GHz and 510 MB of RAM, the Acer Liquid Metalhas poor specifications. Don't expect it to run games or apps that are at all complex.
|Value for Money
|We've given this phone a pretty decent score when it comes to value for money. The Acer Liquid Metalis not a bad phone at all, and $59.99 is not a ridiculous price for the performance that it delivers.
|The Acer Liquid Metal has a pixel density of 259 PPI. By today's standards this display delivers fairly average screen clarity. The overall Acer Liquid Metal screen display resolution is 480x800 pixels wide and tall, making it exhibit pretty standard screen resolution dimensions when compared on the modern smartphone market today.
|The Acer Liquid Metal has a 5 MP camera. A phone camera of this type is currently towards the bottom end of the phone camera market. By today's standards you can expect a fairly low quality photo from the Acer Liquid Metal.
|The Acer Liquid Metal has an internal memory of 0.5GB, and can be expanded with up to 32GB extra space, which offers a fairly low amount of space, minimizing any hopes for a large multimedia library of music, videos, and images. With a maximum potential storage of 32.5 GB and an estimated average compressed image file size of 2.5 MB, the Acer Liquid Metal would be able to hold about 13312 high quality images with nothing else taking up memory space.
|The overall Acer Liquid Metal battery capacity is 1500 mAh (ampere-hours), which is about average. The Acer Liquid Metal has a talk time of 8 hours and a standby time of 22 days. In the modern smartphone market, this equates to a fairly average phone battery life.