Part of Acer’s allegedly successful Liquid Z series, the Z5 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and features a 5-inch display of unknown resolution (we assume it’s 720p it appears to be 480 x 854 pixels).
The handset weighs 147 grams, measures 145.5 x 73.5 x 8.8 mm, and further features: Wi-Fi, GPS, DTS sound technology, AcerFloat apps “for real time advanced multitasking”, a dual-core 1.3GHz processor, and 4GB of internal memory (that’s a shame, isn’t it?). The 5MP camera that’s found on the rear of the Liquid Z5 is touted by Acer as the "best-in class snapper." It comes with "a 5 elements f2.4 lens", and a backside illuminated sensor with 1.4um x 1.4um pixel size for "a better quality and less graining while in low light environments."
According to Acer, the Liquid Z5 will be sold at a suggested retail price of $230 (€169). The handset should be available starting mid-January in the UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Portugal and Ukraine. Other markets might be announced later this year.
We’re not sure what Acer is expecting from the Liquid Z5 sales-wise. However, with the cheaper Moto G offering arguably better features, we don’t think that the Taiwanese company can see a tremendous demand for this new smartphone.