Acer beTouch E110 & beTouch E400 Android Smartphones Announced Along With WinMo 6.5.3 neoTouch1 300 & neoTouch1 400

February 15, 2010, By Atul Roach

Acer is committed to make its presence felt at the Mobile World Congress 2010 and it has raided the event with a range of phones that use both the Google Android and Windows Mobile 6.5.3 platforms. The Android devices include phones from the beTouch series- beTouch E110 and E400 while the Microsoft OS laden devices include the neoTouch 1 P300 and neoTouch 1 P400. This tally adds to already outed Acer Android 2.1 Liquid e which is one of the top-end Acer smartphones for this year.

Topping the chart out of this quartet is the WinMo 6.5.3 neoTouch1 P400 which comes with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, a Qualcomm 600MHz processor, b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, slot for a microSD card, a headphone jack and 3.2-megapixel camera. The main attraction is its onboard compass and the accelerometer along with Bing search and a dedicated YouTube application.

The neoTouch1 P300 offers similar features as the P400 but it does one up with a QWERTY keyboard. Overall though, it is a lower model with a Qualcomm 528MHz CPU.

The Android devices include the beTouch E110 with a 2.8-inch touchscreen and an ordinary 416 MHz processor. While features like Bluetooth 1.0, GPS, MicroSD slot and FM radio make it as standard, for some strange reason, Acer chose not to bless it with WiFi.

The fourth member of the quartet is the Android 2.1 laden beTouch E400 which has a sturdier 600MHz Qualcomm chip and the same 3.2MP camera which endorses the beTouch E110. Again, we have a drawback here and that is the lack of a capacitive touch screen.

At the moment, it appears that Acer just wants to make a name for itself in the cellphone market by introducing more and more standard handsets. [via: Pocket-lint]

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