Acer finally makes an interesting phablet with the Acer Liquid S1

Acer’s phone range has always failed to impress us here at Gizchina, but the newly announced Acer Liquid S1 5.7-inch phablet could be the first to break their unimpressive streak!

The Acer Liquid S1 measures in a 5.7-inch with a 720 display, quad-core Mediatek MT6589 cPU, 1GB RAM and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Some trick features of the phablet include compatibility with wireless display and print features (which will also be part of many Haswell powered PC’s), a wide angle front camera, a new ‘float apps’ UI which allows certain apps to run over currently running applications and integration with Acers AcerCould services.

DTS studio sound is included as well as voice activation for the phone and micro SD card. Apparently Acer plan to launch the Liquid S1 in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Russia this year for $429.

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