Acer Liquid Z110 Duo now available in the UK but you don’t want one

Acer Liquid Z110 Duo now available in the UK but you don't want one

It was at the end of September when we told you about the Acer Liquid Z110 Duo, a dual-SIM Android smartphone, and now it’s available in the UK from Clove. However, we must warn you not to buy this thing even though it sells for just 110.40 GBP (and that’s the off-contract price). The reason is simple – the Liquid Z110 Duo is super underpowered device, boasting just 256MB of RAM and the same amount of built-in storage. Sure enough, you can beef-up the storage with a microSD cards but you’re stuck with the amount of RAM, which honestly is everything but enough. Rest of the specs includes a single-core 1GHz processor, 3.5-inch HVGA (320×480 pixels) touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity on one SIM, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and a 1,300mAh battery. In case you’re wondering, Android 2.3 Gingerbread (as opposed to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or 4.1 Jelly Bean) is running the show.

Again, don’t buy it even though there aren’t really a ton of dual-SIM Android options out there… Though you can check out Clove’s website and forward that page to one of your archenemies. ;)

  • nmd

    I use the phone and its basically a steal for a hundred euros. It looks good, it doesnt have any problems, although the battery life is a pain

  • stu

    many other sites cite 512 RAM and 512 ROM

  • stu

    sorry, 512 RAM :)
    #ignore my previous comment

  • Avan

    So could you giva me some advice on cheap-but-great smartphone?

  • http://www.facebook.com/B3H3M0T Otaku Faisal

    i already buy this it hav 512mb ram and free ram 256-300mb

    memory internal was 500mb and free memory for user was around 200mb

  • Verlyba

    Frankly, the major problem of this phone isn’t the RAM but the fact that it has unusable display. It behaves like someone pushes the display – except no one pushes the display. On mine the display is being pushed by a ghost where it launches the web browser. You turn it on and get a web browser. If you succeed to close it, it launches again and again…

    After experience with this phone and a notebook with hinges falling off I strongly encourage everybody to acquire their product from any manufacturer other than Acer. I wish to Acer a quick bankruptcy for the absolutely tragic quality of probably most of their products.

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