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Thursday, 17 April 2008 10:32

E-Ten announces two new Glofiish

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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M810 and M750

 


E-Ten
recently announced two new Windows Mobile smartphone devices. There's the M810 which supports HSDPA and WiFi, and the M750 with WiFi and EDGE connectivity options.

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Reading and writing emails, chatting and sending SMS messages shouldn't be a problem on these babies due to the QWERTY keyboard found on both models.

They're both quite similar; their dimensions are 109.5 x 59 x 17.5mm, and they pack a large 2.8-inch screen, 2 megapixel camera, a media player supporting most digital audio formats, integrated FM reciever and Java support. It's important to note that these are the first two E-Ten devices that offer JAVA support, making downloading applications and games a breeze.


Both models support quad-band GSM, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 and GPS – ideal for Google maps. Both models use Samsung’s S3C processor running at 500MHz and packs 256MB of flash ROM. They’re based on the Windows Mobile 6 platform. 

The Glofiish M810 and M750 should hit the market in a couple of weeks.

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