Eten X800 ReviewEten X800 8.5
We used Spb Benchmark to compare the Eten X800 system performance with the Eten X500, X600 and Toshiba G900.
As we mentioned above, the phone uses Samsung SC3 2442, 500 MHz processor and has 64 MB RAM memory. When testing it, except for a few minor delays in the menu, the phone was pretty stable even when loaded with the music player open and chatting on Skype at the same time.
We are happy with the quality of the sound while talking, which is important for any phone. The strength of the sound is at good levels in both directions and the voice reproducing quality is not much worse either. Our only remark is to the sound of the phone which is slightly muffled, which reduces its clearness. On the other hand the voices are clear and natural, but there is a light background noise, which is annoying in longer conversations.
If you are looking for a high-class Windows Mobile phone, then you should check out the X800, with its high-resolution VGA display, global 3G, GPS (SirfStar III) and all that combined in acceptable dimensions. Yet again there is no such thing as perfect and you’ll have to compromise the lack of QWERTY and the low quality of the camera. Whether you are willing to live or not with those disadvantages is totally up to you, but if you want a phone with such resolution and similar functionality, the alternatives (Nokia E90 and Toshiba G900) are way bigger.
- Display with VGA resolution
- GPS with SirfStar III Chipset
- Worldwide 3G
- 500 MHz processor
- Lack of QWERTY keyboard
- Low quality of the camera
|Display||2.8 inches, 480 x 640 pixels (286 ppi) TFT|
Single core, 500 MHz, Samsung SC3 2442 processor
|Size||4.46 x 2.38 x 0.62 inches|
(113.5 x 60.5 x 15.8 mm)
5.18 oz (147 g)
|Battery||1530 mAh, 7 hours talk time|