Acer Liquid C1 Hands-On (Video)

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We told you about Acer’s Liquid C1 back at the start of the month, an Android running Intel’s Lexington platform. At the MWC today, we were able to get some hands-on time with the smartphone.

The Liquid C1 has a 4.3-inch qHD screen, runs a 1.2GHz Intel chip, and has a 2000mAh battery. While it’s not the thinnest phone around, it still manages to give the appearance of one, thanks to some smart design choices.

Performance seemed brisk enough, considering Acer’s intent to make this a budget-priced handset, though it does stall up briefly here and there.

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