he Acer Liquid Z330 was announced in September 2015 and subsequently released in October of the same year. However, it was discontinued in October 2015. This phone boasted GSM/HSPA/LTE technology, with 2G bands covering GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2 (dual-SIM model only), 3G bands supporting HSDPA, and 4G bands accommodating LTE (unspecified). As for data speed, it supported HSPA and LTE.
The phone’s dimensions measure 136 x 66.5 x 9.6 mm, and it has a weight of 142 g, making it ideal for those with smaller hands or for easy pocket portability. It offers the flexibility of either a Single SIM (Micro-SIM) or Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual standby) configuration, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of global networks. Under the hood, it is equipped with a Qualcomm MSM8909 Snapdragon 210 processor, and it runs on the Android 5.1 (Lollipop) operating system. The chipset employed is the Qualcomm MSM8909 Snapdragon 210, featuring a Quad-core 1.1 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU and an Adreno 304 GPU.
Memory and Display
The Acer Liquid Z330 is equipped with a dedicated microSDXC card slot, offering a convenient option for expanding storage and storing additional photos or videos. The phone comes with 8GB of internal storage, which can be expanded using a microSDXC card. In terms of memory, it has 1GB of RAM.
The device features an IPS LCD panel that delivers a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels, resulting in a 16:9 aspect ratio. Notably, the screen-to-body ratio of the Acer Liquid Z330 is 61.7%, surpassing that of most other tablets available in the market.
The phone is equipped with a single 5 MP camera accompanied by an LED flash, providing the necessary illumination for capturing well-lit photos. Additionally, it features a 5 MP front-facing camera dedicated to taking selfies or video calls.
The smartphone offers various connectivity options, including the ability to connect to the internet through a WLAN hotspot. It also comes equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS capabilities, enhancing its versatility and functionality. However, it’s worth noting that NFC support is not available on most phones.
While FM radios were commonly found on older devices, newer smartphones often feature digital radio receivers that eliminate the need for an external antenna. This advancement enables seamless radio reception without requiring an antenna attachment.
Moreover, the phone incorporates sensors that can detect movement and proximity, enabling it to provide a more interactive and intuitive user experience.
The speaker of the phone is designed to be compatible with standard 3.5mm audio jacks, allowing you to easily connect and enjoy audio output using a wide range of headphones or external speakers.
The phone is equipped with a 2000mAh battery that offers an impressive standby time of up to 430 hours, ensuring long-lasting performance even when not in active use. It provides a talk time of up to 11 hours, allowing for extended conversations without worrying about battery life.
The phone is available in two stylish color options: Mystic Black and Pure White, giving users the flexibility to choose a design that suits their preferences. As for pricing, it is typically priced at around 110 Euros, offering a competitive and affordable option for smartphone buyers.