Eten X610 Review

One of the latest additions to Eten’s line of Windows Mobile based phones is the X610. It is the successor of X600 and packs a lot of features in a sleek body. Hardware wise, the device is almost identical with the one it replaces, but on the software side, there are some pleasant differences. Its operating system is now Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 and packs the full SPB Shell personalized interface, which makes it easier to use by fingers only and definitely looks better than the plain WM OS...
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1. arash unregistered

hi. what's the name of GPS application that phonearene uses for review of this article. please email me! thns

2. tehtarek

Posts: 1; Member since: May 31, 2009

Functionability = standard wm6 features Performance = 1. Phone - I get many complaints that the other party cannot hear me clearly. It is akin to there being alot of static, although on my side the signal is full bar 2. Speed - It is underpowered with not enough memory. I was getting insufficient memory while doing things like taking pictures, even though i was saving to sdcard. I removed the spb desktop and that solved this aspect since this cleared up alot of memory. 3. Display = poor. the 64k colour and backlight is so poor that in broad day light, i can not at all read the display. I am not talking about not being able to read the small words, since i increased the text size, however the whole screen is black when in bright sunlight. I have to guess at what i am doing. 4. Camera = acceptable for a phone camera. Not great but not too poor either 5. GPS = is fine. I believe it has 20 channels so it picks up a signal pretty quickly. One problem is that if I forget to turn off the gps and I leave the car, battery power drops rapidly and I am without a phone until i can get it recharged.
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