Acer unveils E110 Android and P300 WinMo phones

February 10, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Acer had earlier entered the Android smartphone arena with the Acer Liquid. Now details have come out about two new smartphones from Acer, one of which is going to be powered by Android. The Acer E110, will run on Android and Acer P300 will run Windows Mobile. Both will be full-touchscreen phones with quadband GSM and UMTS-HSDPA support. E110 has also been confirmed to have a US AT&T version. More details below.

The Acer E110 will be running Android 2.0 and has UMTS/HSDPA (900/2100 MHz or 850/1900MHz), GPS and A-GPS capability along with a touch screen of unknown resolution and touch sensitive keys below the display. The Acer P300 on the other hand will run on some version of Windows Mobile OS. The P300 has HSDPA/HSUPA, USB2.0 and WiFi 802.11b/g. Both phones have been confirmed as having Bluetooth support with A2DP profile.

As of now, there is no news on when the smartphones are coming out or about the pricing.

Via Unwired View

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