By February 15, 2010

MWC: Acer Debuts neoTouch P300


acer-neoTouch_P30o-420-90Acer has announced the arrival of the neoTouch P300 smartphone, which packs Windows Mobile 6.5.3 and a Qwerty keyboard.

The P300 is touted as being ‘stylish’ with the ability to combine both your personal and business life in one handset. Acer assures us that the P300 has a strong emphasis on ‘efficiency, reliability and security’.

A Qualcomm 7227 processor running at 600 MHz is inside the device and web search comes in the form of Bing. For those who aren’t that pleased with touchscreen QWERTY, you’ll be pleases to know that the device has real QWERTY keyboard for you to type out all of your missives on. Flash is here as is Windows Media Player 10 support for those who want to have a little downtime. Mail, Microsoft Exchange Server Support and Microsoft Office Mobile applications for those who really need to read that email.

Screen-wise, the neoTouch P300 has a 3.2" high-definition (HVGA) touchscreen and there’s a 3.2mp camera for images and video.

Couple this with a micro-SD hub, Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack and the P300 seems to tick most boxes.

UK release date is expected in May, with pricing to be announced.


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