Acer, the Taiwanese brand has launched their new handset, Liquid Jade 2 at the MWC stage in Barcelona. It is the successor to the Liquid Jade, company’s flagship device of last year. The most interesting feature it comes with is the cloud storage. If you’re familiar with Nextbit Robin, the popular smartphone sporting a hybrid cloud storage, which basically means seamless integration of loud storage with local storage.
The company is aiming high by offering 1TB of hybrid could storage, where as Robin smartphone merely offer 100GB. Meanwhile, it would be interesting to see how seamless the integration is on the Acer Liquid Jade 2 handset, when compared to the Nextbit Robin. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 808 processor, which is Hexa-core chipset, supported by the 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The device would be running on the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0 OS with obvious custom changes to the appearance. It is the first to integrate DTS Headphone:X and Play-fi technology for virtual surround sound.
The camera package on this handset is of 21-megapixel resolution with dual LED Flash, PDAF (Phase Detection Autofocus) and 4K recording option. Whereas the 8-megapixel module on the front is for capturing selfies, regarding the connectivity features; it has LTE category 6 support, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth 4.1v. The brand hasn’t shared any details about the pricing of Jade 2 handset. The company has showcased the handset at MWC, and we will bring you additional information as it pops up. Stay tuned for more updates about this handset as we go hands-on with it.