Display, Android 2.2, Looks, camera, HD video recording
WiFi, 3G & GPS, Dolby Mobile, Browser Works Well, Less Expensive Than Other HighEnd Smartphones
Better build quality; good in the hand, Low price, Info on the lock screen, 720p video and good outdoor photography, Good battery life, Topmounted email notifier, Hotspot on some carriers.
Well designed User Interface, Plenty of handy apps preloaded, Camera produces decent images, Froyo out of the box
Speedy second generation Snapdragon chipset, Very good call quality, Ergonomic curved design with metallic accents, Innovative Breeze UI
Acer’s SocialJogger is an innovative way of keeping up to speed with the latest social networking news...
Sound output, battery life, price
UI Design Won't Please Everybody, Poor Camera, Battery Underperforms, Video Playback is Choppy
Breeze UI hurts as much as it helps, Bundled apps are often redundant or poor, Poor photography in any less than ideal conditions, Call quality a step down from the Liquid E.
Response time is slow, UI is too sluggish, Video playback was too jittery, Video camera kept hanging, Audio player volume was low
Subpar camera, Easy to smudge screen
The fact you can’t drag and drop specific icons onto the various home screens may deter some more faithful Android usersLook and Feel...
By CoolSmartphone on April 19, 2011
The Acer Liquid Metal has been out for a few months now, at the time of writing you could get one for £263 which puts it the same sort of price bracket as the Motorola Defy and the Samsung Galaxy Ace. So first of all we shall have a look at some...-
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on April 14, 2011
The Liquid Metal is, truthfully a feeble attempt by Acer to compete with the likes of HTC, Samsung and Motorola. There is no network support by any of the carriers and frankly I am not surprised. The Breeze UI skin put on by Acer is god damn awful....-
By CIOL on March 27, 2011
The Liquid series of Android phones have not really found many takers due to their high price and better available options from competitors. The Acer Liquid and the Liquid E smartphones that were launched in 2009 and early 2010 were good devices. Now...-
By PCWorld India on March 15, 2011
The Acer Liquid Metal is the newest Android smartphone from Acer & comes with a brand new UI and HD video recording....72
By Electronista on March 12, 2011
In many ways, the Liquid Metal now represents the way Acer builds a budget PC. It's built with better materials than in the past and has impressive specifications for the price. However, on digging deep, it's also clear that both the PC and the...50
By PC Advisor on March 10, 2011
Solid. The Acer Liquid Metal Android smartphone looks good and fits neatly in the hand, and it was a pleasure surfing the web. Carrie-Ann Skinner...70
By Pocket-lint on March 03, 2011
Overall the Acer Liquid Metal is a good device. We’re impressed with the level of customisation that Acer have undertaken - it makes it distinctive with the added addition that if you want to revert back to standard Android you can in a flash....70
By Tech2 on March 01, 2011
ConnectivityFrom 3G, EDGE and Wi-Fi (with tethering and Hot spot net sharing capabilities), to Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and USB 2.0, the Acer Liquid Metal is covered for connectivity. With Froyo on board, Adobe Flash 10.1 is also part of the deal...60
By HardwareZone.com on February 28, 2011
The Liquid Metal is decidedly a decent all-round smartphone which sports a decent screen size, adequate processing power, reasonable audio/multimedia capabilities and high battery mileage . We weren't such big fans of its bulky and fingerprint-crazy...75
By IT Reviews on February 21, 2011
Acer has done well with the Liquid Metal. The somewhat quirky Android skin won't appeal to everyone and more internal storage would have been nice, but there are some neat touches which help this smartphone stand out from the crowd....-