Acer made a shy debut on the Android phone market last year, by unveiling the Acer Liquid A1 model, that’s ready to have a follow-up. Thus, Acer announced the E110 model, running Google’s OS once again and appearing on the web courtesy of Bluetooth SIG.
The device runs Android 2.0, supposedly and it comes with UMTS/HSDPA (900/2100 MHz or 850/1900 MHz), A-GPS, Bluetooth, a touchscreen display and touch sensitive keys below the screen. Acer have also confirmed the existence of the P300 Windows Mobile phone, pictured below and supporting HSDPA/HSUPA, Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi 802.11 b/g
Both the Acer E110 and P300 are manufactured by Chi Mei Communications Systems, a section of Foxconn and we have no details about the pricing or launch date, yet.
[via Unwired View]