Acer Liquid E700 Hands-On Review
Acer’s Liquid E700, launched in August 2014, is an ordinary smartphone at first glance. But its signature feature lies underneath the back cover, where three available SIM card slots lie. Only one SIM card can be utilized at a time, but users can seamlessly alternate between them via the phone’s Settings. Distinct uses can be assigned for each, such as work, travel, and personal use.
On the outside, the Liquid E700 is encased within a plastic body with rounded edges for a sturdy, low-key build. It’s equipped with a 5-inch HD screen (1280×720) and offers black and red color options.
Internally, Android 4.4.2 KitKat runs alongside Acer’s Liquid UI. The device is packed with a MediaTek Quad-core 1.30 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, and maxes out at 64GB of storage. Its 8-megapixel primary camera suffers in low lighting, but the 3500 mAh battery, which advertises up to 12 hours of video playback, is a reliable bright spot.
BuyBackWorld Bottom Line: The Acer Liquid E700 is a serviceable and affordable smartphone, but its design is unspectacular and its performance is not tailored for heavy-duty users. The triple-SIM card capabilities add unique flexibility, and those seeking this flexibility will have to accept the Liquid E700’s minor shortcomings along with it.