[MWC 2010] Acer is showing its BeTouch E400 mid-range Android phone at Mobile World Congress. It’s a decent Android phone and it has a few Acer-specific widgets and software (including free-music streaming!), but overall, it’s an average Android offering. It has the advantage of being loaded with Android 2.1 (Ã‰clair) out of the box, while older phones are still waiting for an update. Facebook and Twitter are also integrated by default. Finally, it is available in White, Black or Pearl Red.
- Android 2.1
- 3.2” HVGA touch screen (resistive)
- 3.2 Megapixel Camera (autofocus)
- Nemo Media Player
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