Acer’s director of product marketing Adrian Storp exhibits three new Android-based smartphones – the beTouch E110, the beTouch E400 and the Liquid – at MWC
Acer has launched several new handsets at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, including three running the increasingly popular Android operating system from Google.
The beTouch E110 is a consumer-oriented phone running Android 1.5, which Acer is touting as both inexpensive and compact. Featuring a 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, an FM radio, microSD and microUSB slots and a 3.2-megapixel camera, the beTouch E110 is due to arrive in March.
Acer’s Liquid is a high-end multimedia and entertainment device featuring Android 1.6, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor and a so-called “ultrafluid interface”. The interface is designed to provide a top-of-the-range entertainment experience with impressive battery life.
In this video Adrian Storp, director of product marketing for the Asian company, exhibits Acer’s Android handsets and outlines their features.