Acer Liquid E3 (conclusion):

Written by on September 30, 2015 in Mobiles - No comments

All in all, the Acer Liquid E3 has got the HD screen which is certainly something magnificent that the Liquid E3 can scream about. It gives a pixel density of 312ppi and it also drives watching movies and playing a number of games a bit easier and gives a nice experience, and out strips almost every other handset that can be had for this price. Only the Moto G and the Korean ex-flagship in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S3 can match it. That DTS sound enhancement also helps boost them in a similar way that HTC’s Boom sound does the work with an ease. In all, they make for a very comfortable movie watching and music listening experience.

The quad core CPU certainly keeps everything running along smoothly. It might not come up with the same high powered insides that now dominate the flagships and even the upper mid range, often referred to as the “mini” generation, but it keeps the Liquid E3 ticking over very nicely.


When a device comes with some good points, it also comes with some minus points as well and there are some things to be disliked about this device of Acer. One of the biggest qualms users will have with the Acer Liquid E3 could be the design. Other than being a nice big black square, in much the same way as nigh on every handset that has ever been produced, there is little to say.

The stylish red color which is used on the stereo speakers is offset by the fact that they are sat back from the display, making the front feel like it doesn’t quite fit. Another area that really affects badly is the color scheme. It is something that is only a third party launcher away, but when you’ve just spent out money on a brand new handset the last thing you want to do is download something to change the whole feel, for something as minor as an annoyingly bright color scheme.

Verdict: There is no doubt that this handset has been aimed at younger students, those that are in high school rather than at University. The price tag screams of a handset that you won’t mind if it gets bashed up on the playground, and the forward facing flash is aimed very heavily at the selfie loving youngsters. It is these people that will probably not care too much that the Liquid E3 can’t make the world’s best calls, because they’re too busy Snapchat-ing or sending Facebook and WhatsApp messages. This won’t appease the people buying the handset though, the parents that want to be able to get a hold of their kids at a moment’s notice.

Yes the Liquid E3 does a lot of things well, but as an overall handset it is still left looking up to the Moto G as the handset of choice in this price bracket, and with software that is older than that found on the Galaxy S3, the reasons to choose the Liquid E3 over any of its rivals are quickly diminishing.

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