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Arne Hess

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Following last weekshardware hands-on videoview of theE-Ten Glofiish V900 DVB-T Windows Mobile smartphone, this videoview is about the software and GUI integration of E-Ten's upcoming smartphone which runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional.
While the V900 sports a, for today's Windows Mobile phones, typical flat touchscreen it doesn't features pan and drag which means you still need the stylus quite often if you want to navigate through the program menus and functions. And while most Windows Mobile smartphone manufactures try to differentiate from competitors using self-developed Today screen UI's, E-Ten decided to license Spb Mobile Shell 2.0 (see our previous review here) instead, which isn't a bad choice anyway.

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Maveric

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Can you record TV with the DVB-T software?

I guess E-ten made the program themselves, instead of using the Cyberlink MDTV software the V900 had from the beginning.

Perhaps they wanted to save some money on a system of their own, but I think the Cyberlink MDTV looks like a better program.
I hope it will be possible to install the Cyberlink MDTV by yourself. Especially if E-tens own software is unable to record TV.

Do you know if the E-ten program supports text-tv (if you know what I'm referring to)?

Also, are you sure that the radio doesn't have RDS?


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vs

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From: Passau (Germany)
Registered: 06.09.2008
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Hi there,

could you tell us more about the performance of the Samsung processor? Does it handle demanding applications like DVB-T well? Im afraid DVB-T could be as sluggish in the retail Version as in your review of the V900. Or maybe its just the bad signal strenght wink

bye

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Maveric

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Anyone?


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