Saturday, May 19, 2007

ETEN Phone : E-TEN Glofiish X800 about to be shown at CeBIT 2007

E-TEN Glofiish X800 about to be shown at CeBIT 2007E-TEN Information Systems is about to present the next generation of it's Pocket PC Phone line, with its latest product the E-TEN Glofiish X800(previously known as X600). With support for 3.5G connectivity - HSDPA/WCDMA - the Glofiish X800 offers access to new mobile services, while the new Windows Mobile 6 platform and large VGA display deliver improved ways to work with documents, messages and multimedia while on the move.

E-TEN has released details At CeBIT 2007 that this Pocket PC Phone will be launched at the second quarter 2007. The upcoming Glofiish X800 will deliver three significant innovations that make it the first of a next-generation of Glofiish devices. The recently unveiled Windows Mobile 6 platform offers new and improved ways for Glofiish X800 users to stay productive while on the move. The new Windows Live for Windows Mobile suite incorporates utilities to simplify web search, email, instant messaging and blogging all from a single location, while the Mobile Office suite has been updated to offer even more ways to view and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations.

E-TEN Glofiish X800 features a new, large VGA (640x480) display offering up to four times the resolution of previous E-TEN handsets. With its increased screen-area the Glofiish X800 increases mobile productivity letting users display more of their documents, calendars, messages and spreadsheets onscreen at once. Additionally, the Glofiish X800 makes mobile multimedia more enjoyable by allowing pictures and video to be viewed in finer detail.

The Glofiish X800 maintains similar ultra-thin (113.5x60.5x15.8 mm), pocket-friendly dimensions as E-TEN's previous X-series model, as well as the all-in-one connectivity solution - GSM, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth - that has become a standard of Glofiish Pocket PC Phones. The device features two digital cameras, an auto-focus 2-megapixel version at the rear to capture high-quality photographs and video, and a front-mounted VGA camera for video calling.

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