The Acer neoTouch P300, which was introduced in February 2010 and came to market in the second quarter of that same year, has since been discontinued. This device uses GSM/HSDPA technology and can transmit data at rates of up to HSPA 7.2/2 Mbps using 2G bands like GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and 3G bands like HSDPA 2100.
This phone, which has dimensions of 110 x 55 x 15.1, weighs 130.6g, and has a QWERTY keypad. It also uses a Mini-SIM card. It has an ARM 11 processor clocked at 528 MHz and runs Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.3 on a Qualcomm MSM7225 Snapdragon S1 chipset. A dedicated GPU is absent.
Memory and Display
Acer neoTouch P300 has 256MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM, as well as a microSD card slot for extra storage. A TFT resistive touchscreen with 65K color options serves as its display. The 3.2-inch screen displays material at a resolution of 240 by 400 pixels.
The phone lacks a front-facing selfie camera and just has a single 3.15 MP camera with autofocus for photography.
The Acer NeoTouch P300 offers Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, GPS with A-GPS compatibility, and USB 2 as connectivity options. Along with a web browser, it has an accelerometer for motion detection. It functions as both an MP4/WMV/H.264 player and an MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player for multimedia content. The device also has predictive text input and a voice memo recorder.
The device has a loudspeaker and a typical 3.5mm audio port for audio output.
Acer neoTouch P300 is powered by a detachable 970 mAh Li-Po battery that can support up to 400 hours of standby life or 4 hours of talk time. The phone is offered in black and was sold for about 80 Euros when it was first released.