Acer’s beTouch E110 was released recently at the Mobile World Congress. The Acer E110 was not only designed to be stylish, compact and super slim, but also extremely comfortable to use, which is why it has both a super-sensitive touchscreen as well as a handy 5-way navi key for easy access to all applications. This beTouch E110 phone has touch screen, very compact size and commanded by the Android operating system.
The Acer beTouch E110 smartphone comes with the 2.8 inch TFT touch screen that is capable of display up to 256,000 colours, Android Cupcake OS, ST Ericsson PNX6715 416MHz processor with 256MB RAM and 256MB ROM memory, 3G bands for 900 and 2100 MHzand GPS connectivity. The GPS function provides satellite navigation on demand whilst also providing A-GPS support as standard but Acer has decided to leave the WiFi chip out and bring costs down. The Acer beTouch phone is small and compact, with a comfy feeling in the hand albeit on the light side with its 3.70 oz (105 grams) and dimensions of 103.5 × 54 × 13.4 mm. Weight is evenly distributed, while successful one-handed operation will depend on the size of your palms and fingers.
The 2.8 inchi beTouch E110 display is one of the smallest you can find on a touchscreen device these days, thereby ensuring excellent colour representation and depth of imagery. It is relatively responsive for a resistive screen, but visibility in direct sunlight leaves much to be desired. The resolution is limited to QVGA as can be expected for a low-end device. The Acer beTouch offers a wide range of entertainment options which incorporates a stereo FM radio and also includes the virtues of an MP4/MP3 media player in addition to a variety of games. The media player is able to play and actively supports a wide range of popular file formats which incorporate both audio and video options.
The Acer E110 smartphone has a standard headphone jack at the top and there’s a microUSB port on the righthand edge that’s used for both charging and syncing the handset. We also like the fact that the side mounted microSD card slot is easily accessible, as many low end phones hide it away under the battery cover. The Acer beTouch E110 also feels quite well built and doesn’t creak and flex like some lesser budget models. Only the slightly cheap looking metallic band that runs around the edge of the phone spoils the otherwise upmarket feel.
The Acer beTouch E110 3G connectivity, lets you keep track of the latest news from your friends, check your emails and follow your Twitter and Facebook updates wherever you are. With the phone delivers instant, high-speed access to the web. The beTouch E110 phone is a handset that offers advanced levels of technology whilst also pampering to the popular features of social networking. The handset sells as a standalone product for EUR 179 and starts at EUR 1 when bought with a capped plan subscription from various operators.