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Acer is offering an up-close look at its new Android-powered Liquid Z4 during the Mobile World Congress, being held this week in Barcelona, Spain.
Acer's Liquid Z4 features a rear-mounted a 5-megapixel camera.
Acer's Liquid Z4 comes in at a at a light 4.6 ounces and features a 4-inch screen. Running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system, the Acer Liquid Z4 doesn't exactly boast Google's latest and greatest.
The Liquid Z4's 5-megapixel camera sports a lens with f2.4 optics to serve up superior photos.
Acer's Liquid Z4's edges measure 9.7mm (0.38 inch) thick.
The back of Acer's Liquid Z4's surfaces repel fingerprints and grease.
Under the Liquid Z4's subcompact hood is a dual-core 1.3GHz processor linked to 4GB of internal storage.
To enhance music and movies, the Z4 relies on DTS Sound technology.
CNET's Reviews team was disappointed too by the screen's washed out colors and lack of lumens.
Also, the Liquid Z4's display's image quality drops dramatically when tilted off-angle, especially vertically.
The Acer Liquid Z4's camera in action.
The Acer Liquid Z4 allows for customized user modes. An AirFloat feature will keep multiple app windows open at once so users can flip quickly between them.
Acer says its Liquid Z4 is crafted to fit comfortably in the hand.
Acer plans to offer the Liquid Z4 in Europe beginning in April for a suggested price of 99 euros ($136).