Earlier today we got treated to a decent BlackBerry like Android smartphone out of Computex in the form of the Acer beTouch E130
, but this time around we're seeing yet another model that's a bit more traditional. The Acer beTouch E120 noticeably has more real estate for its touchscreen seeing that it doesn't pack on the portrait QWERTY keyboard seen on the beTouch E130. In addition, the E120 features a 2.8” resistive touchscreen, Android 1.6, 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi-, GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio, and a ST Ericsson 416MHz processor – quite similar in terms of specs with the beTouch E130 obviously. Between the two so far, one can easily see how the E130 can attract more people with its rare form factor seen on Android as opposed to the usual line of slate devices we constantly witness. Although some may be bummed by the use of a resistive touchscreen, hopefully its price point will be adjusted to compensate for its siding for the old school technology.