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Acer Liquid Mini - Camera Test Shots

Niall Magennis

By Niall Magennis



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  • Design 8
  • Features 7
  • Performance 7
  • Value 8
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Ian Yates

April 21, 2011, 1:55 pm

"512MB of ROM for storing files"
Is it some kind of Acer practical joke?



April 21, 2011, 3:20 pm

Seems a very nice phone that I would like to get but it won't be all that simple because its problem is the Orange San Francisco. On paper, while the Liquid Mini beats that for its camera and OS (Version 2.2), the San Francisco has a better resolution screen and is just less than half the price now of the Liquid Mini...


April 21, 2011, 3:28 pm

Two Points:

1) 'Settings>Applications>User Interface>Android UI' no more Breeze UI
2) 512MB of Rom + MicroSD (Standard 2GB) (Max 32GB) = Total amount of storage space (Standard 2.5GB) (Max 32.5GB)

Tony Hawk

June 19, 2013, 4:48 pm

I have bought an acer liquidmini 3G S.0 from Vodafone in Italy, it never worked, the internal screen functions were corrupted, and from the very start started to jam, did not open, or load up. I took back to Vodafone for my money back, and they gave me a merry go round, they returned to me and worked for few hours, and then the internal screen showed an internal pictured breaking.... it is my understanding that it had from the start an internal screen circuit corruption, that is why jammed and did not load up, or failed to open up, but they said that I dropped it, when I never did, they were very good in find all kind of excuses as I was an electronic stupid ignorant, to not talk to the swindle fraud of their warranty assistance centers, a total rip off and fraud. I am very mad at Vodafone for how they treat their costumers as they are stupids, their set up it is a fraud because that phone by the evidences of the facts had to be refurnished and they had to just give my money back. I do not advice anyone to deal with them, at list in Italy. It is a shame because I do like acer products, unfortunately Vodafone in Italy is run by incompetents swindlers, who do not hesitate to sell you faulty products, do not deal with them, they are greedy swindlers and con artists who deserve jail time or to be put out of busyness.

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