Acer’s on a roll at Computex this week. After we got a peak at their Blackberry-like betouch E130, we just noticed they showed up with the E120, as well. The model numbers are quite similar, but there’s a glaring difference between the two: the screen on the E120 is bigger and doesn’t have a keyboard.
It has a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen running Android 1.6 just like its QWERTY-born brother, as well as a 3-megapixel camera and the similar ST Ericsson 416Mhz processor. The phones are very similar in nearly every feature and spec sans the keyboard and screen size, which is similar to how Sony Ericsson abstracted their X10 Mini and Mini Pro. We’ll let you know if any more Android goods come out of Computex later on today.