I’m pretty sure we’ve missed out on covering the Acer Liquid Mini when it was announced during the CES 2011. Anyway, in case you’re not aware, the Acer Liquid Mini is a pretty sleek-looking Android phone which is actually a smaller version of the previously released Acer Liquid phone. The Acer Liquid Mini has just reached the FCC and it looks like it might be available in the US market real soon. Its FCC filing also revealed that the Acer Liquid Mini has the 3G markings on AT&T, although it does not necessarily mean that AT&T will release it. Our guess is that it Acer might release it as an unlocked handset.
Anyway, in case you’re an Acer smartphone fan and you’ve been waiting to own one of their handsets, the Acer Liquid Mini is could be a good option. Said Android phone features a 3.2-inch HVGA display, 600MHz processor, on-board 512MB RAM, and of course Android 2.2.
Other details about this Android phone are still scarce as of this moment. But knowing that it has reached the FCC is enough to get our hopes high that it will soon be making the rounds of US phone stores. So, who’s getting the Acer Liquid Mini, here?