Acer had recently announced their future launch of 4 mobile phones. Two would be of Android and two on Windows Phone. The sleek and slim look of Windows Mobile 6.5 based neoTouch P400 would floor you for its unique style and is powered by Qualcomm 7227 processor. It is of TFT type HVGA resistive touch screen with a slide-out QWERTY keypad. The features are amicable and user friendly but gives you a different touch.
The start button is relatively big and delivers the feeling of operating a windows desktop computer. The icons at the top magnifies when you tap on them giving out an easy access of buttons. One can see a little improvement in the size. Though it is finger friendly we need to wait for Windows Mobile 7 for better integration of software and the model.
Acer model resembles Apple a lot. The front face of the phone is shiny black with silver frame running all around the edges and the corners are curved as in iPhone. The operation is similar to that of windows desktop operation. The home button glows red while charging and turns green when it is fully charged. It has a white back light when the buttons are activated giving you a pleasant glowing look.
The screen size is comparatively smaller to iPhone that is about 3.2 inches and the resolution calculates to 320X420 pixels. The screen is deliberately bright and is quiet sensitive to our touch. The attractive feature would be the home key at the front of the phone, which glows whenever there is a data prompt. Since it is a 3G model the data accessibility is quiet fast. As you have in the windows the browsing tool would be the Internet Explorer, which the company could have considered to alter.
Other normal features include WiFi, Bluetooth and you can find a dashing GPS too. The Bluetooth is 2.1ADPA and can go further so that you have enough space to store your files and music data. The camera resolution calibrates to 3.2 megapixels and flash is missing which is a drawback. It has a 3.5mm headset connector and you can substitute with any other convenient headset.
The sound quality seems to be good and not that loud but audible. It is added with polyphonic ringtones as well as MP3, WAV ringtones and is downloadable. The Acer neoTouch P400 feature comes with 256 MB of RAM and 512 MB of ROM memory and can go upto a microSD card slot of 32 GB. The phonebook memory is too good and it can store unlimited entries let them be messages or call details. The MicroSD card slot is provided at the back-plate and is easily removable without disturbing the battery.
The browsing and media activities are consolable. The built in applications include Windows Media Player music, video and pictures, and a YouTube player. The browser would be Internet Explorer 6, which supports Flash. This gels easily with other Acer devices, which could be your own laptop. It has a corporate look and it is reliable.