Acer releases Acer beTouch E140

Smartphone is the smallest in the Acer range, works on Andoid Froyo OS

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Acer releases Acer beTouch E140 The Acer beTouch E140 is the smallest of Acer's smartphones.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  June 16, 2011

The Acer beTouch E140 smartphone is now available in the UAE. The E140 is the smallest of Acer's smartphones and features the new Froyo Android operating system.

Froyo is designed to enhance smartphone performance and introduces a new browser to load web pages more quickly.

The OS also features automatic application updates that can be saved directly onto the SD-card and the server can now send notifications even if the applications are not open. The E140 has access to thousands of applications on the Android market.

Social networking apps such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are integrated into the phone and it comes with a range of other pre-installed applications such as the Acer Spinlets music streaming service, designed to allow users to listen to music and then post it instantaneously onto social networks. The phone also features nemoPlayer Acer UrFooz to create a virtual person to add to your profile on social networks.

The phone has chrome trims, a 2.8-inch borderless touchscreen and five homepages which can be personalised with widgets. It also features three hard keys.

The MicroSD card slot can take up to a 32GB card, a 3.2MP camera, an FM radio with RDS and a 1300 mAh battery. 3G+, HSDP, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS are all integrated.

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