Its styling is distinctive, thanks to its rounded edges, but the glossy white finish used on the rear and sides of the phone looks and feels plasticky.

- Damien McFerran , CNET 

Specs summary

Screen
3.5"

The Acer Liquid e's screen is 3.5 inches with 480 x 800 pixels resolution.

Processor
768MHz

There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 768 MHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Android 2.1 Eclair operating system (OS).

Camera
5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
No

Internal memory is No. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1350mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 1350 mAh battery. Acer's performance ratings are 16.5 days standby time, 300 minutes (2G).


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Acer Liquid E Android Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)

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Reviews (4.3/10 Avg. rating)


Has a good touchscreen and offers speedy performance, but it's let down by its plasticky finish

from CNET (5 years ago)

We may have been spoiled by some great-looking Android handsets from the likes of HTC and Samsung, but the Liquid E isn't in the same class when it comes to design. Its styling is distinctive, thanks to its rounded edges, but the glossy white finish used on the rear and sides of the phone looks and... More

We may have been spoiled by some great-looking Android handsets from the likes of HTC and Samsung, but the Liquid E isn't in the same class when it comes to design. Its styling is distinctive, thanks to its rounded edges, but the glossy white finish used on the rear and sides of the phone looks and feels plasticky. The Liquid E also feels uncomfortably wide in your hand.

We like the fact that Acer has stripped away not just the trackball but also a number of the other unnecessary buttons that you usually find on Android handsets. The company's replaced them with a row of slick and responsive touch-sensitive buttons that sit beneath the screen. We did miss the physical call buttons that you get on other handsets, though, as the lack of these controls means you have to launch the dialler app every time you want to make a call.

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7/10

This is not something I would be proud to carry with me for the next several years

from Mobile Syrup (5 years ago)

The Acer Liquid E was recently released by Rogers and it’s their newest Android-powered device. This runs OS 2.1 and I believe this will be included in the few devices that will get an upgrade to the new OS 2.2 when it’s released.

The Acer Liquid E was recently released by Rogers and it’s their newest Android-powered device. This runs OS 2.1 and I believe this will be included in the few devices that will get an upgrade to the new OS 2.2 when it’s released.

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The Liquid E is a very viable smartphone, especially when stacked against other phones with similar pricing

from Macnn (5 years ago)

In many ways, the Liquid E design fits Acer's PC philosophy to a tee. It's all about providing the most possible performance on the inside relative to a low price. As always, there are certain tradeoffs to be made for this to happen. Here, you get a quick, modern Android phone that excels at... More

In many ways, the Liquid E design fits Acer's PC philosophy to a tee. It's all about providing the most possible performance on the inside relative to a low price. As always, there are certain tradeoffs to be made for this to happen. Here, you get a quick, modern Android phone that excels at voice calls -- a rarity in an era where the Droid X and Evo 4G treat phoning as almost incidental -- but, like an entry-level Aspire notebook, the construction isn't reassuring. You may well miss HD video recording or the more advanced optics once you're one or two years into your contract


 

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8/10

now i'm stuck with it

(5 years ago)

Didn't realise soon enough that this phone had so many problems, now i'm stuck with it for a couple years. Already waiting for a replacement but would rather get a different phone alltogether. Phone is sleek and looks great but keeps power off and rebooting clearing all entered data. what a pain.

Didn't realise soon enough that this phone had so many problems, now i'm stuck with it for a couple years. Already waiting for a replacement but would rather get a different phone alltogether. Phone is sleek and looks great but keeps power off and rebooting clearing all entered data. what a pain.

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1/10

It's a crappy phone

(5 years ago)

I was very disappointed by this phone. The battery life does not last longer than a day or two at best. I followed the instruction to learn more about how to use the phone and the only instruction it gave was how to use the key pad. While I am speaking on the phone, it keeps dropping signal or th... More

I was very disappointed by this phone. The battery life does not last longer than a day or two at best. I followed the instruction to learn more about how to use the phone and the only instruction it gave was how to use the key pad. While I am speaking on the phone, it keeps dropping signal or then switch to some screen where I have no idea how to get back to the screen I was on for dialing and goes automatically onto mute mode. So I can hear the other person talking, but the other person can not hear me at all.

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1/10