Acer on Sunday announced a new addition to its Liquid-series of Android smartphones in the form of Liquid Z410. The new phone sports 4G LTE connectivity and will be released in the EMEA region around the end of February for 129 euros (INR 9791).
According to Acer, Liquid Z410 features a 64-bit quad-core processor (MediaTek MT6732 likely), Mali 760 GPU, 4.5-inch qHD IPS display, and 5MP rear camera with LED flash. The phone also comes with 2MP front shooter, AcerRAPID button on the rear, and front-facing speaker with DTS Studio Sound support.
The company has also included a new camera app on the phone, which comes with quick settings and different modes for taking pictures. The app also packs several pre-installed image modes and support for voice-shutter. The Z410 users can simply say “Cheese” for a photograph to be taken, or “Selfie” to switch to the front camera and shoot after a three-second countdown.
Other software features of the phone are support for AcerEXTEND (control you smartphone via cable or wirelessly using a Windows PC) and QuickMode (UI mode with big and bright screen with simple text for children or elders).
There is no word on other specifications of the smartphone.