Smartphone manufacturer, E-Ten, yesterday launched three new models on the market, aimed at stealing back some of the ground gained by HTC over the last few months.
Running on Windows Mobile 6, the three handsets – Glofiish X600, X800 and M800 are available from eXpansys, and differ slightly in terms of functionality.
The Glofiish X600 allows for GPRS and Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to use the GPS technology. Running on a Samsung SC3 2442 400 MHz processor, it’s also packing 128MB memory, expandable through a microSD card slot for storing photos taken with the 2.0-megapixel camera.
The X800 model is the more attractive of the X-series, with its 3.5G HSDPA connectivity, VoIP, IM, video calling and ability to stream audio and video. Running on a slighty better processor than the X600 (Samsung’s SC3 2442 500 MHz), it’s also featuring 256MB in memory, with a microSD card slot, and GPS functionality.
Finally, the M800 is the flagship model, with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3.5G HSDPA, Bluetooth, GPS, 256MB of internal memory and all the multimedia features of the X800.
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