Hands-on with Eten V900 and X610

Hands-on with Eten V900 and X610
Today we received two of the newest products of the Taiwanese company Eten, whose manufactures only Windows Mobile Professional devices. Both phones are characterized with the presence of Spb Shell, which is quite handy and allows fast access to many applications. We noticed that the icons are not only shortcuts, and the personalization extends a bit further in the interface.

V900 is equipped with support for digital TV (the standards DVB-H, DVB-T and T-DMB) and has hi-tech characteristics such as  touch display with VGA resolution, a 3-megapixel camera with flash and GPS (SiRF Star III chipset). Besides, the appearance of the model is quite shiny and attractive, resembling the HTC Touch series.

The next device named X610 is the successor of  X600, equipped with the newer version of Windows Mobile, 6.1 and a slightly modified design. Its overall characteristics haven’t changed: QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera, GPS as in V900 and the disappointing lack of 3G.

Expect our detailed reviews of these two devices soon.


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