First smartphone powered by intel processor

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First Smartphone Powered by Intel Processor - Acer Liquid C1


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Philippines officially announced the First Smartphone that is powered by Intel Processor - Acer Liquid C1 here in the Philippines! In theYou do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now., it says, Acer Liquid is finally in the Philippines! It was first released last March!


Acer Liquid C1 Specifications

Features: OS & Speed
Acer Liquid C1 is the First Android Intel-Powered Processor in the Market today! Its processor IntelAtom Z2420 that has 1.2 GHz speed and GPU of PowerVR SGX540 which runs on Android OS v.4.0(ICS - Ice Cream Sandwich) (Mouthwatering sensation! Yummy!)

This is quite impressive for the smartphone industry because Intel now enters the first to powered-processor in the Philippines.

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Camera
Acer Liquid C1 quite has a good quality of Camera. A 8MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels that delighted to capture memorable moments.

Connectivity Supported
In terms of Internet Connection, Acer Liquid C1 has a speed of HSDPA (21 Mbps) and HSUPA (5.76 Mbps). It supports Wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n and Wifi-hotpot standards. (Also: Bluetooth and USB supported)
Sensors
  • Accelerometer
  • Proximity
Storage
This smartphone has a 4GB Internal Memory, enough for the saving of files especially pictures and MP3s, if it still lacks memory free space then it can add microSD up to 32 GB. Is it cool?
Battery
Acer Liquid C1 is a Li-Ion 2000 mAh battery. One problem for smartphones is its Battery-life, while most of it could easily drain and gets easily LOW-BAT. With this, its Talk Time is UP to 9h. While most of us, fond to use it in accessing internet, battery could be easily get lowed.

Prices
Prices may differ in some dealers, and location.
Estimated Value and expectation of 20k. In Euro equivalent, it ranges up to 250 Euro.
 

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