Eten X600 Review
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We used Spb Benchmark to compare the Eten X600 system performance with the LG KS20 and HTC Touch.
As we mentioned in the beginning of this review, Eten X600 utilizes a Samsung SC3 2442, 400 MHz processor and has a 64MB built-in RAM memory. While using the phone, it performed very good and when scrolling the menus or opening various applications we didn’t have troubles, such as lag. The device did very well even when we tried to chat on Skype and to listen to a song with the music player at the same time.
The sound quality of the X600 is not its strongest point, but it is OK and is above the average. The sound in both directions is clear, but the voices are slightly muffled which make them artificial. Our bigger concern was with the sound in the ear piece, where background noise is present.
If you want to have a compact-sized Windows Mobile phone with good functionality, take a look at the X600, which has a built-in GPS, WiFi and a 2.8” display. At the same time there are some disadvantages as the low camera quality and the lack of 3G, but still everything is OK, compared to the HTC Touch and the LGKS20. If you are looking for a phone with a better functionality, consider such devices as Eten X800 and TyTN II, but with those we are talking about larger size.
- Good display brightness
- Built-in GPS
- Heavier than the competition
- Short battery life
- Low quality of the camera
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