The handset was spotted recently in Italy and is expected to cost around $260 for retail customers. The Acer beTouch E140 offers an almost full connectivity bundle with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and HSDPA/HSUPA is also on board so you can surf the web at 3G speeds. This is a low-end device and at such a price the 600MHz and the 2.8-inch QVGA display are no surprise.
Designwise, the beTouch E140 resembles closely Acer's previous model in the lineup, the beTouch E120. Judging by the similarity, we are to settle with a resistive touchscreen on the E140 as well. The new handset will face some serious competition by the 3-inch LG Optimus One.
source: Unwired View