On the off chance that you’ve been taking after the versatile tradition scene for as long as couple of years, then one specific pattern has definitely ended up evident. CES isn’t exactly what it used to be, with less and less OEM intrigue every year, except most significant brands still tag along and bring no less than two or three things to appear. All things considered, for the current year Acer didn’t skirt the venue and brought an intriguing Windows 10 handset, however it is not really what you would call “new”.
The cell phone being referred to is the Liquid Jade Primo, which Acer clearly chose to report for a moment time, since it was speedily highlighted finally year’s IFA. In those days it emerged from the horde of other Acer Windows telephones, similar to the Liquid M330 and M320, for the most part in light of its unrivaled specs sheet and the vicinity of Windows 10 Continuum, which was still in its early stages and not rally highlighted in any business gadgets.
We could simply ahead and pardon Acer for the twofold declaration, as the Jade Primo did serve more as an innovation presentation stage back in September 2015, however its specs still stay unaltered since our first experience, just now, the gadget is closer to end-client markets.
The Liquid Jade Primo is furnished with a 5.5-inch FullHD AMOLED show, keeps running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC and has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of interior stockpiling. Its camera setup comprises of a 21MP, f/2.2 back shooter with double LED streak and 4K video recording abilities and the front-confronting one gloats 8MP and an opening of f/2.2.
As of now said, the Liquid Jade Primo keeps running on Windows 10 and one of its foundation components is Microsoft Continuum that permits you to influence a PC-style profitability involvement with a good dock, similar to the organization’s new USB Type-C screen. The main new bit of data about the handset concerns its discharge. The Liquid Jade Primo is said to hit the racks in February in Europe, with a sticker price of around $600. A US discharge will take after.