The handset comes with a 3.2 inch TFT touch screen which offers excellent quality imagery by virtue of the 256,000 colours it is able to display within a pixel resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. The unit also comes with a digital compass as well as an accelerometer sensor, which automatically rotates imagery to ensure the correct aspect is viewed.
Internet access is available through the unit, by virtue of the Wi Fi and HSDPA connections, whilst USB and Bluetooth connections are also provided. The unit comes with class 10 versions of EDGE and GPRS, as well as a microSD card slot.
As with many units, currently available, the handset comes with social networking integration as well as a range of Acer applications. For entertainment purposes the handset provides a stereo FM radio, which provides the means to access a wide range of radio broadcasts, a variety of games as well as an MP4/MP3 media player, which actively supports and plays a wide range of file formats. In addition pocket office, voice memo facilities and a satellite navigation function also included within the unit.
The Acer neoTouch P400 comes with the ability to utilise either ring or vibration options, with the added bonus of being able to utilise MP3 ringtones, whilst hands free functionality is provided by virtue of a speakerphone. In addition personal listing options are provided by virtue of the 3.5mm audio Jack. The unit comes with photo call functionality provided by the phone book, which like the call records feature is able to retain practically unlimited numbers of entries and fields.
The Acer neoTouch P400, much like the Acer neoTouch P300, is an impressive mobile phone, which has already proved to be a popular choice with many. Its simplistic styling yet effervescent aesthetic appeal, combined with the useful range of technology incorporated, offers an affordable unit which justifies its popularity.
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