The Liquid Jade Primo from Acer is the next premium Windows Phone. When Microsoft started delivering the Lumia 950/950XL in 2015, many Windows Phone lovers lastly had the leading phone they wanted.
But international customers will now be truly capable to select between more premium Windows devices, since Acer has officially presented its Liquid Jade Primo model for the European countries and other markets.
In Sept, the Taiwanese producer revealed its device named Jade Primo, exposing the future PC smart phone at various tech meetings. During that time, the company’s professionals did not say if the gadget would be delivered to the vast market of the United States too.
According to the producer, the new Windows Phone will have an equivalent price of approximately $625 when it starts being sold in Europe and Asia in Feb. This device will be progressively released to other countries, Acer stated, without clarifying what those countries will be.
The Taiwanese company said in Sept that the device has a large 5.5” AMOLED screen paired with a couple of modern cameras: the rear one has 21MP with dual flash for different images tones, while the front-facing shooter has 8MP to capture the best selfies. Inside, the Jade Primo will sport a performing Snapdragon 808 processor.
Acer now says that its latest Windows phone will have 3GB of RAM complemented by 32GB of internal memory, while the screen has a FullHD resolution of 1080p and is covered by a durable layer of 2.5D Gorilla Glass.
The manufacturer did not specify if its gadget has also a microSD card slot for expandable memory or a detachable battery, but the smart phone will be linked online via a LTE 6 connection. The rear digicam will be able to record 4K videos, while the frontal shooter can film clips with a resolution of 1080p.
Its comfortable screen dimension places the new Acer device between Microsoft’s own premium phones, the $550 5.2” Lumia 950 model and the $650 5.7” Lumia 950XL. Similar to the Jade Primo, Lumia 950 has the Snapdragon 808 chip, while the more powerful XL version runs on Snapdragon 810.
However, both Microsoft mobile phones feature a quadHD resolution. Acer also clarified that its new gadget will be compatible with Microsoft’s Display Dock, which allows its Lumia smart devices to connect to external monitors and readjust their data flow accordingly, a process also called Continuum. These mobile gadgets will be powered and are connected to Display Docks through USB-C plugs.
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