By March 25, 2010

Acer neoTouch P300 unboxing video

P300 Acer seem to be releasing new handsets at a rate of one every three to four weeks. Here we have the latest handset from Acer, the neoTouch P300 which follows on form the E101 and E200 that we reviewed last month.

The P300 is a Windows Mobile 6.5.3 handset with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. There don’t seem to be many Windows Mobile handsets being released at the moment, perhaps some manufacturers holding back after the Windows Phone 7 Series announcement last month at MWC. Acer don’t seem to be holding anything back though as this is the third such handset to be released this year.

The P300 that we have here is a pre-release model. It’s final hardware and ROM but, as you’ll realise when you see the video below, it’s not final retail packaging. You can pre-order the P300 from Clove Technology and we have them to thank for managing to get their hands on the device so early and helping us get the exclusive on the unboxing.

We’ve only got the neoTouch P300 for a day so we wont be writing the full review just yet. I’ve tried to go in to a little more detail in the video below but we’ll have full review for you once the retail version becomes available.


Acer neoTouch P300 unboxing video


Acer neoTouch P300 specification:

  • Operating System – Windows Mobile 6.5.3
  • Processor – Qualcomm MSM7225 528 MHz processor
  • Memory -RAM – 256 MB / ROM – 512 MB
  • Display – 3.2 inch WQVGA touch screen
  • Network -GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900  MHz  3G Network HSDPA 2100 MHz 
  • Connectivity – Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • Bluetooth v2.0
  • GPS – A-GPS support
  • Audio – 3.5mm audio jack
  • Expansion Slot – microSD memory card
  • Camera – 3.2 megapixel with autofocus
  • Device Control – Sliding QWERTY keyboard, Call, end call and Windows buttons.
  • Talk Time – Up to 4 Hours (manufactures approximation)  
  • Standby Time – Up to 400 Hours (manufactures approximation)  
  • Battery – Rechargeable Li-Po 970 mAh
  • Dimensions – 110 x 55 x 15.1 mm 
  • Weight – 130.6 grams with battery
  • Other – Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate


Posted by: Matt

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