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Acer Liquid E2 V370

alaTest has collected and analyzed 722 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the battery and usability are on the whole positive. The camera and value for money also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the size and portability, and there are some mixed views about the screen.

responsiveness, value for money, camera, usability, battery

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Acer Liquid E2 V370 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Review Acer Liquid E2 Duo Smartphone


Loyal everyday companion? For 250 Euros (~$333) the Liquid E2 Duo

bright, high-contrast display; IPS technology with excellent viewing angle stability; elaborate Dual-SIM feature; very good application performance; good battery runtimes

processing could be better; slightly too tightly sitting back cover; somewhat unstable display surface

The Simvalley SPX-12, the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS, the Alcatel One Touch Ultra 997D and the Yarvik Ingenia X1 are the direct competition and additionally the sister model Acer Liquid E1 Duo and its competitors.

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Acer Liquid E2 review: a budget phone with all the usual trade-offs


Whenever we review a budget smartphone, our job is to weigh the handset's cost against its similarly priced rivals. You'd hope, for instance, that if you

Inexpensive ; Stock Android ; Sturdy build ; Decent battery life

Subpar camera ; Poor sound, weak call quality ; Mediocre performance

The Liquid E2 is a decent handset for casual users, offering good battery life and stock Android. Just make sure you've lowered your expectations before taking the plunge.

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Acer Liquid E2 Review


The Acer Liquid E2 Duo does not come from Samsung or Apple, nor it is a bleeding-edge device, but - contrary to what you might expect - it is an extremely fascinating handset…

Good camera for its class ; Snappy performance of the quad-core MediaTek chip at a low price ; Camera interface is simple and intuitive ; Dual-SIM functionality is a bonus

Horrific looks ; Bulky and plastic

The Acer Liquid E2 Duo is a controversial device. On one hand is the snappy processor, brilliant camera and the nice and up-to-date nearly stock Android 4.2. On the other is the utter lack of attention to detail and a design that is not pretty.


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Acer Liquid E2 review


With its quad-core processor and bold screen, the Acer Liquid E2 will happily tackle most of your everyday needs and won't force you to empty your bank in order to buy it. It's a decent all-round budget option, but you'll have to put up with its...

Cheap ; Decent performance ; Bold screen

Horrible design ; Very little internal storage ; Camera doesn't impress ; Screen resolution could be higher

With its quad-core processor and bold screen, the Acer Liquid E2 will happily munch its way through most tasks you're likely to throw at it -- although serious gaming is severely limited by its internal storage. Its affordable price does mean you won't...

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Acer Liquid E2


One of the ugliest phones of the year, but solid value at under £200.

Decent performance ; Good camera ; Near-vanilla Android software

Ugly design ; Disappointingly poor speaker performance ; Camera focusing issues

The Acer Liquid E2’s display is 960 x 540 pixels, resulting in pixel density of 245ppi. That’s a respectable low-to-mid range figure, and it doesn’t leave normal-sized text looking blocky, but it lacks the pristine zingy clarity you’d get with a 720p...

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Acer Liquid E2 Review: In Depth


Mid-range looks and price shouldn't fool you, the Acer Liquid E2 packs quad-core power and a respectable feature set all-round.

Fast browsing speeds ; Loud speakers ; Powerful for the price

Mediocre design ; Low screen resolution for size ; Just 4GB internal memory

If you’re not convinced, you may want to opt for a Nokia Lumia 620, an altogether better looking Windows Phone. If however Android is your bag, the Acer Cloud Mobile packs a better looking body and a 720p display.

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Acer Liquid E2 - Review


Now and again a phone comes along that impresses me. It's normally when the price, design, specifications, software and something special all combine to make something great.

In conclusion I really liked the Acer Liquid E2, it felt like a tweaked budget Nexus device. The elements Acer have added to Android are really quite useful.

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Acer Liquid E2 - Initial Impressions


Acer have been flogging away in the tech industry for many years now, in the mobile tech industry they are onto about their fifth generation of mobile devices and the Liquid E2 sits firmly in the mid range budget bracket.

As I mentioned earlier this is just an initial impressions, we’ll have the full review up in a few weeks, if you want us to test anything out or you have any questions let us know in the comments.

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Acer Liquid E2


For £150 (UK Three), this is a bargain smartphone - perfect for first time buyers or people needing a smartphone on a limit budget. You get a lot of spec for the money but you don't get the obvious high end finish. The screen is vibrant and clear (no...

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Acer Liquid E2


I purchased the dual sim version of this phone for £180 from Expansys. The reviewer may also be interested to know that in the last couple of days an update was released that allows apps to be installed to the SD card, eradicating the most serious...

Value for money

Limited internal memory

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