Acer announces Liquid smartphones, Iconia Talk S tablet at IFA 2016

Acer has expanded its gadget portfolio with the launch of its Liquid series of smartphones and the Iconia Talk S tablet at the consumer trade show, IFA 2016. The company showcased the Liquid Z6 and the Z6 Plus.

Acer showcases Liquid Z6 and the Z6 Plus samrtphone at IFA 2016.

Acer Liquid Z6 sports a 5-inch HD display with 2.5D glass and a quad-core MediaTek 6737 chipset paired with 1GB of RAM and comes with 8GB of internal storage, but Acer hasn’t mentioned anything about a microSD port on the phone.

The smartphone boasts an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing snapper. It has a plastic built and draws power from a small 2,000mAh battery. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

In contrast, the Liquid Z6 Plus packs a much larger, 5.5-inch 2.5D glass Full HD display. It also comes with an octa-core MT6753 processor and 3GB of RAM. Internal memory reaches 32GB, with the option to expand using a microSD card. Aside from this, rear camera capacity reaches 13MP on the Liquid Z6 Plus, with a 5MP unit on the front.

The highlight of the smartphone is its 4,080mAh battery. It runs the same Android OS version as the Liquid Z6, Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Liquid Z6 Plus also features a fingerprint sensor and has a metal back cover.

Acer also launched its Iconia Talk S tablet alongside the smartphones. It features a 7 inch 720p display and is powered by a quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU with 2GB of RAM.

It packs a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing camera and will ship in 16GB and 32GB variants. The internal storage can be expanded up to 128GB using a microSD card. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Acer’s Iconia Suite of apps.

Iconia Talk S will be available in EMEA starting September for the price of €169 ($190) while Liquid Z6 and Liquid Z6 Plus will be available in EMEA starting November and December for the price of €119 and €249, respectively.

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