The Acer Liquid Mini comes with a 5 megapixel camera, which is pretty impressive for an entry level smartphone. Pictures come out fairly crisp and clear, but note that the camera is a fixed focus unit. This means that macro shots are nigh on impossible, as anything within a 20 inch range blurs out of focus. On the other hand, images outside of the 20 inch range can be focused on easily.
All Android powered handsets have access to thousands upon thousands of applications and the Acer Liquid Mini is no exception. The phone was able to process most applications available on the market with very little problems, though the more memory intensive ones did lag. For an entry level smartphone that is to be expected.
The phone also comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS, meaning it can easily be an all-in-one electronic device. Couple these features with the 5 megapixel camera and you can alleviate the stress of carrying multiple different devices. One quick con, the Liquid Mini, even though it runs Android 2.2, was unable to render Flash files on the browser, which seems to be a common problem on lower end handsets.