Acer beTouch E110 early review

CNET UK's Rich Trenholm takes a closer peek at the Acer BeTouch E110.

Acer BeTouch E110 Android smartphone
Acer beTouch E110 Android smartphone CNET UK

Acer has well and truly thrown its hat into the smartphone ring, with a slew of Android phones announced Monday. The most affordable is the BeTouch E110, which is designed to offer Web-connected smartphone-style features to the masses. Unfortunately, it has one glaring omission: Wi-Fi.

However it does have 3G, so you could use data instead. It only has Android 1.5, and has a 2.8-inch resistive touch screen, GPS, and all the features of the typical Android smartphone.

Read more of "Acer beTouch E110 early review: Where's the WiFi?" at Crave UK.

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