Acer has unveiled the Liquid M220 smartphone, its first Liquid series smartphone to run on the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system.
The phone features a 4-inch 233ppi display, a 5-megapixel auto-focus back-end and a 2-megapixel front-end camera. The back-end camera also sports an 89-degree wide-angle lens.
Both the Liquid Leap and Liquid Leap+ smart active bands are compatible with Windows Phone 8.1, making them companions of the Liquid M220 for users with healthcare needs.
The Liquid M220 will also have optional accessories ranging from matching color flip covers to matching color protective cases.
The Liquid M220 will become available in April through selected EMEA retailers, starting EUR79 (US$88.42).
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