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Acer and Intel join hands to introduce Acer Liquid C1 smartphone
Press release, February 1; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 1 February 2013]

Acer and Intel have announced the Acer Liquid C1 smartphone based on Intel's Atom Z2420 processor for the Asia Pacific region. The smartphone will be available with a special promotion during Mobile Expo from February 7-11.

The smartphone will be available in retail channels at a price of THB9,990 (US$335) in the weeks following.

Acer Liquid C1 smartphone specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

Intel Atom Z2420 (1.2GHz)

Modem

Intel XMM 6265 slim modem with quad-band capability

Display

4.3-inch IPS qHD touchscreen (960 by 540, 16:9 ratio)

OS

Android (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Camera

8-megapixel main camera at 5 frames per second, AF & LED

0.3-megapixel front camera

Storage

4GB

Wireless support

Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n (/n HT20)

GPS / Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, February 2013

Acer Liquid C1 smartphone

Acer Liquid C1 smartphone
Photo: Company

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