If you expected Acer's parade of releases to end after the neoTouch 300 & 400 you were sorely mistaken. Acer has two new Android smartphones (Akihabara) to show off as well. The beTouch E110 and the E400 continue Acer's commitment to the Android platform.
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The beTouch E110 will run Android 1.5, while the E400 will be an Android 2.1 phone. The E110 has a 2.8” QVGA screen, while the E400 has a 3.2” HVGA touchscreen. The E110 lacks b/g WiFi, and that's about all we know about either of these phones so far.
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It seems to me that these two devices are Acer's way of filling in the gaps in their Android line. They've got the Liquid e as a high-end phone, the E400 sounds like a solid mid-range device, and the E110 is a budget/tweeny Android smartphone. Now that Acer has all of their bases covered, can we maybe see something a little more interesting? We know you can do it, guys.