Acer beTouch E400

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Acer beTouch E400
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Manufacturer Acer Inc.
Availability by country April 2010
Dimensions 115 x 59.3 x 12 millimetres
Weight 125 grams
Operating system Android 2.1
CPU Qualcomm 7227 600 MHz processor
Battery Li-Po 1090 mAh
Display 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen display
Rear camera 3.2MP camera with geo-tagging
Other nemoPlayer, social networking integration

The Acer beTouch E400 is a smartphone manufactured by Acer Inc. of Taiwan. With this smartphone the company opted to go Android 2.1 (Éclair) and abandon the Windows Mobile 6.5 used in the first beTouch smartphones released starting October 2009. The Acer beTouch E400 was officially announced at the Mobile World Congress on February 2010.

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The E400 is powered by the 600 MHz Qualcomm QSX 7227 CPU and runs the older Android 2.1 Eclair. It has a 81mm (3.2-inch) touchscreen, a camera without flash, Wi-Fi, geo-tagging, digital zoom, scene modes, white balance, color effects and a simple macro mode.[1] This phone is also able to record video and upload it to YouTube. It supports Native Microsoft Exchange Server and a Shareware "Documents To Go" application that can edit and create Microsoft Word documents, Excel and PowerPoint and Adobe PDF.

The beTouch E400 comes preinstalled with Acer Sync, a smart application that allows automatic cloud-based and Wi-Fi synchronization with netbook, notebook or desktop.

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