Acer Launches The First 4K-capable Smartphone - Liquid S2

By 11:25 Sat, 17 Jul 2021 Comments

As the IFA 2013 show is about to unfrecent in Berlin, Acer has jumped the gun announcing the first smartphone with 4K video recording support - the Liquid S2. The device comes running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and is powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset with a quad-core 2.2 Giga Hertz (GHz) processor and 2GB of RAM.

At the front you acquire a 6" Full HD IPS display (368 ppi) covered in Gorilla Glass 3, while inside a 3300 mAh battery provides the juice. The 16 gigs of storage is expandable by a whopping 128 Giga Bytes (GB) thanks to the microSD card slot.

The main capturing camera on board is a 13 MegaPixel (MP) unit with a 28 mm wide-angle lens and a back-side illuminated sensor. The front cam features an ultra-wide 88-degree 24 mm BSI sensor of 2 MegaPixel (MP) resolution and 1080p video recording. Speaking of which the Acer Liquid S2 can capture 4K UHD (Ultra HD) video along with high-framerate Full HD (60 fps) and slow motion video.

There's a panorama mode that produces up to 27 MegaPixel (MP) shots, quick first shot lets you capture an image straight off the unlock screen.

The Acer Liquid S2 footprint measures 166 x 86 mm and the phablet is 8.99mm thick. There's 4G LTE support, Bluetooth 4.0, Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) ac/a/b/g/n as well as the usual connectivity goodies - 3G and GPS.

The Acer Liquid S2 will launch at the discontinue of October across Europe, but there's no word on specific countries availability or price just yet.




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