Acer beTouch E210 announced, packing portrait QWERTY and Froyo

Acer beTouch E210 announced, packing portrait QWERTY and Froyo
Acer is also making itself heard at the CES show, with the unveiling of an LTE-enabled tablet for Verizon. Next in line for the company is the just-unveiled the Acer beTouch E210 in the fairly unorthodox for Android phones portrait QWERTY form factor with an optical trackpad. The phone is laden with Android 2.2, and packs a 2.6" display, which on top of that is of the capacitive touch variety.

The messaging device has an ST-Ericsson PNX6715 processor, clocked at 416MHz, which comes to show how little Android Froyo needs to keep him happy. It also sports 512MB RAM/256MB ROM, a 3MP camera, and the usual suspects - WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, a microSD card slot, microUSB port, and even throws in an FM receiver. The handset measures 4.5"x2.44"x0.43" (115x62.5x11.5mm) and it weighs merely 3.84oz (109g). There is a fairly generous 1300mAh battery in Acer's QWERTY-packing Android messenger.

The Acer beTouch E210 sports Europe/Asia 3G frequencies, and will be available in the UK on March 11 in black or silver for a yet-undisclosed price.

via AndroidCommunity

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beTouch E210
  • Display 2.6 inches
  • Camera 3.2 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware , 0.25GB RAM
  • Storage , microSDHC
  • Battery 1300 mAh
  • OS Android 2.2


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