At this year’s Mobile World Congress, Acer has unveiled the Liquid M220 smartphone – the first Windows Phone 8.1 device made by the company.
The smartphone, which can be upgraded to Windows 10 later this year, has a textured surface design with a Thai silk-inspired pattern, and features a 4-inch display, dual cameras and is compatible with the company's Liquid Leap and Liquid Leap+ smart activebands.
“It is the right moment for Acer to join the Windows Phone ecosystem with its growing popularity and consistency across phone and PC devices,” said ST Liew, Smartphone Business Group president at Acer. “With the addition of a Windows-based smartphone, Acer now offers the broadest Windows portfolio in the industry.”
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