Acer reveals Liquid E Ferrari – Android 2.1, 3.5" screen and VERY RED

Acer has today revealed its Acer Liquid E Ferrari at tech show Computex – which is an appropriately race-prepared software and chassis update of its original Acer Liquid Android phone.

The Liquid E Ferrari features a 3.5″ WVGA capacitive screen, a 5megapixel camera with auto-focus and geo-tagging, plus it now runs Android 2.1 for your enhanced operational pleasure. Here’s what it looks like, in glorious scarlet and chrome:

acer liquid e ferrari

This will complement Acer’s very nice Ferrari One 200 laptop rather nicely. And look, there’s going to be accessories…

acer liquid e ferrari accessories

We’d imagine emails are being sent to various representatives of F1 drivers as we speak, regarding possible commercial endorsements. There’s an interactive 3D demo of the phone up on Acer UK’s site, with the full tech specs viewable online here.

And here’s the full press release:

Acer moves up a gear with the Liquid E Ferrari special edition smartphone

2010-06-01 – Computex, Taipei, Taiwan Acer Liquid E Ferrari special edition is the most exclusive smartphone in the world, dedicated to those who refuse to settle for mere perfection and demand something extra from their technological devices: passion, cutting-edge technology, performance, and above all, exclusive features!

Passionate, like the red of its livery, Sophistication, expression of the utmost perfection, High performance, like the finnest race cars, Exclusive, like a tailor-made suit, and Fully-equipped, like a luxurious object: these ingredients make the Acer Liquid E Ferrari special edition utterly unique and in a class of its own.


Created from a pure racing soul, the Acer Liquid E Ferrari special edition combines powerful performance with design excellence. It is not merely a luxurious smartphone or status symbol; it is an object with nothing was left to chance, where obsessive attention to detail ensures its owner a uniquely rare experience.

Above all, it flaunts a bold yet elegant design: the glossy red casing with chrome trim makes it a true pleasure for the eyes. The front is dominated by a spacious 3.5″, hi-resolution capacitive touchscreen, while the back sports the legendary “Scuderia Ferrari” shield with details in carbon fibre, while the redesigned microphone recalls the “air intake inlet”, lending it a powerful look to keep it in pole position.

Acer has completely personalised the user interface, thereby allowing fans of the Rossa to have the thrill of the Gran Premio always at their fingertips:

-The Ferrari wallpaper brightens up the 5-page home page for total immersion into the roaring world of Formula 1.
-Stunning images and videos are always at your fingertips.
-A special set of ringtones allows you to personalise your phone with the inimitable sweet music of the Ferrari engine.

Do you always want to flaunt the best? Here is the coolest headset ever to be produced. Bearing the Ferrari brand name, it is small and compact to fit any ear perfectly. In just a few centimetres this object concentrates advanced technologies for perfect reception anywhere, anytime. In fact, it was designed to eliminate outside noise and ensure incomparable clarity. Moreover, it features technology that cancels echos and automatically regulates volume for perfect communications – always.

Protect your Acer Ferrari Liquid E special edition with the ultra chic Ferrari case and safeguard it from shocks and dust. The high-quality material makes this luxury accessory a pleasure for the eye and touch.

“A Ferrari is not just about speed. It is an expression of beauty, power, excitement, pleasure and natural excellence” comments Gianpiero Morbello, Acer Vice President, Marketing and Brand. “From the original concept to the finished product the new smartphone was conceived down to the finest details with the idea of giving a stronger sense of belonging to all Ferrari fans.”

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  1. mark

     /  June 1, 2010

    If you’ve got it flaunt it & why not. Its on my Xmas wish list along with one of their little motor vehicles. .I hear they are quite nice.

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