By Brandon Miniman | February 10, 2010 6:11 PM
We’re not typically enthused by Acer devices. While the neoTouch S200 was one of the fastest devices we’ve ever tested on Windows Mobile, the build quality and software was sub-par. Recently we took a look at the Acer Liquid and beTouch e200, which were overall lackluster devices. It looks like Acer is on the verge of announcing two new products. The first, the P300, shown above, seems to be a dull-looking WinMo phone running potentially with 6.5.3 with a slate form factor and the usual radios like aGPS, UMTS and Bluetooth.
Then, the E110, shown above, is an Android 2.0 device, with a capacitive display and a four-way D-Pad. It’s possible that we’ll see these devices talked about at Mobile World Congress next week.