Summary: The Acer beTouch E110 is far from unusable, but a higher-resolution screen and access to the Android app store are sorely lacking. Also unremarkable in terms of appearance, there are much better phones available at a similar price
Cons: Low-resolution screen; no access to the Android Market; has a resistive rather than capacitive touchscreen.
Conclusion: There are a number of conflicting explanations why there are no Android Market, Google Maps, YouTube , etc. preinstalled on some phones that are otherwise running the Android OS. The most plausible is that while Android is free and open source, Google's applications, including the Android Market are proprietary.
Pros: Inexpensive, Advanced virtual keyboard
Cons: No WiFi, No Android Market or other Google services, No horizontal keyboard layout