Last of the Android smartphones is the Liquid M330 and it’s less powerful Liquid Z320 alternative. The latter sports a 1.1GHz quad-core CPU and 1GB of RAM on the Qualcomm MSM8209 chipset, while the Liquid Z330 runs on the Qualcom MSM 8909 platform.
Both sport a 4.5” IPS display with a 854 x 480 pixel display and you shouldn’t expect much of it, really. Colors are fairly washed out and the contrast isn’t quite on par with the larger models of the family.
Storage is limited, too at 8GB, but we weren’t able to find out if there’s a microSD card slot available. The phone feels very nice in hand and while the plastic isn’t particularly premium, it’s not that bad either.
The Liquid M330 is an exact copy of the Liquid Z330, but runs Windows 10. The unit on display at IFA is kind of a pre-produciton one and as such Windows 10 didn’t run all that well. There were some issues with the screen sensitivity, too. Since the latest iteration of Windows relies heavily on Internet connection, we couldn’t test it all that well either.
Nevertheless, here’s a video hands-on of the Liquid M330 in action.