Microsoft’s Lumia 430 may be the premier cheap Windows Phone of the day, but other phone manufacturers are still putting up a bit of a fight.
Acer’s Liquid M220 is one of the low-end Windows Phone devices released at MWC by the former Windows Phone OEM, and it has been on sale at the Microsoft store for $79 for the past few months.
Microsoft and Acer have now dropped the price of the Liquid M220 to $49, a more appealing price for such a low-end handset. Its also unlocked so you can pick it up and use on the carrier of your choice.
Here are the device specs:
4 inch WVGA screen with on-screen navigation buttons
1.2 Ghz Snapdragon dual-core processor
512 MB/1GB RAM
4GB/8GB storage with microSD expansion
5 megapixel rear wide-angle auto-focus camera with LED flash
2 megapixel front-facing camera
1300 mAh battery
Windows Phone 8.1, upgradeable to Windows 10
Do you fancy picking up the Liquid M220, let us know in the comments.