Acer Liquid Express for T-Mobile UK and Orange UK

For those here in the United Kingdom that have a penchant for the Acer Liquid smartphone range you just might like to know that Acer is extending their Liquid range with the addition of a new smartphone called the Acer Liquid Express, which will be the handset maker’s first phone to come with Near Field Communication technology.

According to the guys over at Engadget, Acer has now announced the Acer Liquid Express for both T-Mobile and Orange UK, which the guys say will be offered as a free handset on contracts based on the usual two-year agreement.

So what does the Acer Liquid Express offer the user? Well the mid-range handset sports a 3.5-inch touch screen along with a 5 megapixel camera with flash, a 800MHz Qualcomm 7227 processor, NFC functionality and runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.

The new Android Acer Liquid Express comes in three colour variants, titanium grey, dark burgundy and pearl white, and will be a free handset on T-Mobile on two-year contracts at £15.32 per month, while on Orange UK based on the same two-year term but at £20.50 per month and they are available to purchase as of right now.

And that’s about your lot, if you fancy picking up the Acer Liquid Express you can do so by hitting up T-Mobile UK and Orange UK, and if you do feel free to let us know your personal opinion of the new Acer handset by posting to our comments area below.

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  1. I got an Acer Liquid Express on the £10.21 deal from T-Mobile. First impressions are:
    1] Abysmal battery life. I have to charge it up twice a day!
    2] Google maps only seems to work accurately when I connect via Wi-Fi on my home network. Otherwise it’s only accurate to 600 metres at best [set to 3G only]. If I set the phone to select 2G /3G automatically the Maps accuracy drops to 900 metres. Even my old Samsung Tocco Lite could manage 600 matres accuracy on 2G only.

    Other than that it’s a pretty spiffy phone. The deal and price point is good for me. My favourite apps are Google Sky Map and SkEye which are both amazingly accurate and informative for identifying the stars, planets and constellations in the night sky. Just point it up into the sk and it’ll tell you what you’re looking at.

    The battery life and GPS / Maps issue are real showstoppers though.

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