The Acer range is split for the most part between the “beTouch E” range (Android powered) and the “neoTouch P” range (Windows Mobile powered). This is the E400 and, as you’ll have seen in our earlier story, it looks exactly the same as the P400.
Again, we get the Acer-supplied “Splinlets” app which will let you listen to streaming music and share it with others, plus there’s a Facebook client and YouTube. Quad-band GSM /EDGE and dual-band HSDPA connectivity is included, as is a 3.2 megapixel camera, 3.2″ HVGA screen, 3.5mm audio port, WiFi, g-sensor, compass and Bluetooth 2.0.
This one runs Android 2.1 (like the Acer Liquid e we saw yesterday) with a 600Mhz CPU and has some nifty Acer GUI tweaks that we’ll show you in an upcoming video. It’ll be available in April and has “Acer Sync” which provides cloud-based WiFi sync’ing with your netbook, notebook or desktop so that contacts, calendars and files are always up to date. There’s also a range of battery covers (black, white and red) and the “Acer Lighting Behaviour” on the Home key.
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Link – Acer beTouch E400