Acer is set to reveal their new smartphone at the IFA 2013 taking place in Berlin, which will be the launch of the first 4K recording smartphone.
Featuring a 6-inch screen and 13-megapixel rear camera and ability to record in Ultra HD, the device is touted by Acer as the world’s first smartphone capable of recording and playing 4K video, four times the current resolution of full HD. Despite Acer claiming their Liquid S2 will be a world’s first, it is rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, set to also launch this week at IFA, will also offer the same recording ability.
Currently Acer’s highest performing smartphone device with the most prestigious features, the Liquid S2 contains a plethora of standout features over previous iterations from the company. A 6-inch 1920×1080 resolution HD 1080p touchscreen, quad-core 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM and Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS are all available on the device.
Coming with Wi-Fi standard, 802.11 ac and 4G LTE support, making the device capable of reaching 150Mbps towards upload speeds.
Acer has stated that the Liquid S2 will be available in either black or red and hit shelves this October in Europe. They are yet to announce pricing or worldwide availability.