The Acer Liquid E700 Trio is equipped with three SIM slots and thus aimed at all who wish to use to three numbers in everyday life or holidays - but it also works with only one or two SIM cards.
Cell double exception: In Germany, the Triple-SIM ( "TriSim" or in the wording of Acer): first, because it anyway are very few phones with more than two SIM slots, and secondly because of these isolated models turn only one small part has been offered by major brands. Most are otherwise no-name imports.
The Acer Dual-SIM phones thus received a new sister model with even more space for SIM cards. In short: How does the Acer Liquid E700 Trio in the test from? The first impressions and information.
(Top center), the button on the back is very convenient for the pointer finger operation.
Android 4.4 and Operation
The E700 Trio running (also known as KitKat) with the latest Android 4.4 generation. This is for Dual-SIM phones is not self-evident and therefore a plus for those who put on a current operating system in their smartphones value. As a user interface Acer makes the house "Acer UI" with on.
The control of the 3 SIM cards is solved straightforward and depends mainly on the mechanics of dual SIM control other Android phones or other Acer dual SIM smartphones. It comes with various setting options to select, default, ringtones etc. just another SIM card as an available selection added.
Peculiarity of the operation is also a button on the back, which is located directly below the main camera.
With this, certain functions can be controlled, which proves in practice to be quite practical due to the usual package size of 5.0-inch mobile phones - because at this point you can take the index finger rather easily, while about the on-off button is located on the upper frame out of reach for one-handed operation.
the principle Acer has already used in several other phones, such as the Acer Liquid E3 plus (test) .
5.0 "HD display
The 5.0 "(12.7 cm) HD display with 1280 x 720 pixels shines neatly bright and shows strong colors. That this is not a full-HD panel, one notices upon closer inspection, however, it falls in everyday life during use normally does not occur. Converted to pixels per inch to get the Liquid E700 Test on 294 ppi. As a rule of thumb that you can not distinguish individual pixels from more good 300 ppi with the naked eye. This proves also the E700 again, not quite but almost reached this art.
As panel technology, Acer has opted for IPS, as most good models in the Dual-SIM mobile test use also. This technique represents a relatively wide viewing angle at which the color quality compared to the perpendicular viewing relatively unaltered. The usual standards (of capacitive screen, multi-touch capable) met the E700 unsurprisingly also.
While it therefore little is to criticize the picture in terms of technology, is the choice of materials of the screen certainly room for improvement: As the computer image faulted in your test, is the mirror effect of the screen is very high. Here, however, can also have a matching screen film remedy.
Battery: the Acer Liquid E700 Trio holds by
In several tests and many customers of the battery was particularly convincing: with 3,500 mAh, it is very well equipped and offers a Power, the more in the tablet category is usually at home. According persevering is possible to peg E700 Trio.