The other two handsets run Windows Mobile 6.5.3 and belong to the neoTouch series – meet the P300 and P400. They are models that do not shine with any spectacular extra features – the Acer neoTouch P300 integrates 3.2-inch screen with WQVGA resolution, 3.2-megapixel camera and hardware QWERTY keyboard, while the neoTouch P400 is equipped with 3.2-inch display as well (but with HVGA resolution), 3.2-megapixel camera and lacks QWERTY. Both devices will come with the standard pack of features typical of cell phones in the same price category, including 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The market launch of the Acer neoTouch P300 is scheduled for March, but the neoTouch P400 will get delayed until May.
There is still no information on the retail prices that Acer´s new models will be released at.
By the way, what the manufactured has showed at MWC as well is a new iteration of the Acer Liquid A1, called the Liquid e. The only difference to the original device is the newcomer runs Android version 2.1 and therefore, offers all corresponding software extras of the latest OS edition like 5 home screen pages, Live wallpapers, improved browser etc. Unfortunately, it´s still anyone´s guess when and what kind of price tag the "new version" is to appear on the market.
Stay tuned for our first impressions of all handsets that Acer has introduced at MWC.
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