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Acer Liquid S2 is the First 4K Video Recording Smartphone

Sep 2 2013, 5:31am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Acer Liquid S2 is the First 4K Video Recording Smartphone
 
 

Acer has up till now specialized in fancy laptops. All of that is about to change with the introduction of a spanking new internal 4K video camera within the structure of the new Acer smartphone. The attractive feature is pulling in some hefty attention.

Acer’s 6-inch Liquid S2 is a smart phone to top the list of desirable products. Most notably its 4K recording video will snatch away the competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung. Acer has knocked out its rival Samsung in matters having to do with its Galaxy Note III. 


And Apple’s iPad comes close to the nascent technology too, but as the saying goes: Acer is Acer. Besides the 4K camera, it has a large display screen. A Snapdragon 800 Processor is integrated with a 2GB RAM. There is even a Light Emitting Diode Ring Flash around the camera. This is excellent for 13 megapixel still snaps. In spite of the long list of cool specifications, it won’t reach international fame just yet. 

The launch is set for a limited market in Europe. It won’t be sold in the United States. The launch in Berlin, Germany will take place in October. It’s been barely months since the S1 Phablet came out and now we have another one on the way. This Liquid S2 happens to be the first phone by Acer and the company takes great pride in it. It also has 16 GB of internal storage capacity. A permanent polymer battery sits in its midst fueling it constantly. Finally it runs on Android 4.2.2. Weighing half a pound it’ll sit easy in your pants pocket. 

Source: Engadget

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