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Monday, 03 December 2007 07:03

E-TEN to release updated Glofiish X650

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Gets better screen and faster CPU

E-TEN has been gaining quite a bit of momentum as of late, and with the introduction of three new handsets it looks like one of those is already getting an overhaul.

The new model is the Glofiish X650, which looks almost identical to the X600, but this GSM smartphone has been given quite an upgrade. First of all, the display has been given the VGA resolution treatment, which is 480x640 pixels over 240x320 for the X600.

If this in itself isn't enough to convince you to wait for the new model, how about a faster processor at 500MHz and 256MB, or ROM over 128MB?  It even has an FM transmitter, so you can listen to your MP3s that you have on the X650 on your car stereo.

Now, if only E-TEN could get some of the networks to get onboard so we could pick one up with a nice discount rather than having to pay full retail price... 
Last modified on Tuesday, 04 December 2007 04:03
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