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.
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