It’s got the same curved edges as the Liquid but comes with some additional chrome details and is available in a range of colours including blue (pictured) silver, black, green and pink.
The Acer Liquid Mini runs on Android 2.2, and has a 3.2-inch capacitive screen that supports multi-touch. There’s 3G and Wi-Fi for fast browsing on the go and within range of a hotspot and there’s GPS for finding your way about town. It’s DNLA certified too, meaning you can stream music and video to an DNLA-certified TV, if you have one.
Onboard memory is a teeny tiny 512MB but this can be bulked up to 32GB with microSD, and a 2GB card comes included.
The Acer Liquid Mini will be available in the UK from April; no further details on who’ll be selling it or for how much as of yet.