April 6, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Acer was quiet on the Android front for a while, but the company has two new Android phones now on pre-order in the UK. The Acer beTouch E400 is a mid-range Android phone with 600MHz CPU, 3.2-inch resistive touchscreen, and 3.2 megapixel camera. The phone is running Android 2.1 and is already up for pre-order for British consumers. The SIM-free phone is available for £264.99 at Expansys. Other features include FM radio, 512 MB storage, 256MB RAM, and a built-in Office Document Editor for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Full specs available here.
Meanwhile, the Acer beTouch E110 is also up for pre-order on Expansys. The 110 costs only Larger Image £159.99, but you’ll be giving up quite a bit for this phone. Its processing power falls to 400MHz, it ships with Android 1.5, and it has only 256MB storage space. This is definitely NOT for power users as its specs are less attractive than the first Android phone that debuted 17 months before it. The E110 can be appealing if you want a cheap phone with a few more virtues than the average feature phone, but all others should reach for something different. Full specs available here.