Acer beTouch E210 smartphone along with the Liquid Mini were announced by the company in January, 2011.
The successor to the Acer beTouch E120 keeps the resistive touchscreen on the predecessor, but now comes with 2.6-inch screen and an optical trackpad. The resistive display doesn't support multitouch gestures (pinch to zoom) which is available on devices with a capacitive screen. Powered by Google's Android version 2.2 also known as Froyo, Acer beTouch E210 has a lightweight and thin frame, weighs only 110 grams. Despite its size it has features you'd expect on a larger smartphone - a 3.2-megapixel rear camera with video camcorder, GPS with A-GPS support, FM radio, WiFi.
The Android operating system also enables it to function as a personal Wi-Fi hotspot and have full Flash support. For more specific info about Acer beTouch E210, there is a table of specification with more detailed information on the Acer beTouch E210 specs.