Bluetooth Special Interest Group Outs Acer E110
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has let slip a few details of another Android-based handset from Acer. The device will be a touch screen smart phone with quadband GSM, 850 / 1900 bands (AT&T), and A-GPS. Considering the source, we also know it will have Bluetooth. As we head into next week’s Mobile World Congress, we expect to see plenty of Android handsets announced. Perhaps Acer will drop a few more details on this one.
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