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OFFICIAL: E-TEN announces the Glofiish M810 and V900 Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 04.02.08 - 12:29:28 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15404x
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Also official now is E-TEN's new Glofiish V900 we told you before as well. E-TEN Information Systems today announced, that it will showcase two new products that mark a change in track for Windows Mobile Professional smartphones at its booth at the Mobile World Congress next week.
The Glofiish V900 is E-TEN's first Pocket PC Phone to feature mobile TV. With major events such as UEFA Euro 2008 and the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games scheduled this year, there are sure to be events that people just don't want to miss, and thanks to the V900's support for DVB-H, DVB-T, TDMB and DAB broadcasting standards, they won't have to.

V900 also offers the benefits of VGA display and all-in-one connectivity solution comprising of HSDPA, GSM, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. Along with the Glofiish V900 E-TEN will debut its newly developed touch-based user interface. The V900 is scheduled to launch in the second half of the year.

The Glofiish M810 is a sleekly portable, HSDPA, WiFi b/g and GPS ready handset, designed to help the new breed of bloggers, podcasters, video makers, and chatters, stay online and updated wherever they are. A full QWERTY keyboard makes blogging, text messaging and chatting quick and convenient, while a 2 megapixel autofocus camera is great for capturing pictures or video that can be uploaded easily to a web-album or video sharing site. Finally, built-in JAVA support allows fun mobile games to be downloaded and played anywhere.

"With the growing popularity of blogging, instant messaging, and social networking, as well as online services such as Google Maps, it's no longer just professionals who need to maintain constant access to the Internet, consumers are wanting to spend more and more time online too." commented CEO Simon Hwang, "To this end, E-TEN has harnessed our mobile technological expertise and the power and versatility of the Windows Mobile platform to create a range for feature rich, portable, Internet-ready phones, that put the focus on fun and entertainment."

With the new models E-TEN has proven again its commitment to constant innovation and market-leading ability to converge multiple wireless technologies in slim and stylish form factors. The announcement of the M810 and V900 marks a milestone in E-TEN's migration toward the consumer oriented segment.

The M810 and V900 will be on display at the E-TEN booth (Hall 2, 2A126) during 3GSM (February 11-14) along with a showcase of other Glofiish products, including the recently released M800 and X650, designed to satisfy the demands from a variety of market segments.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by MTM on 04.02.08 - 22:19:18

Wouldn't it miss both UEFA Euro 2008 and the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games with a release date in the second half of 2008? Don't know the exact dates for those events, but when E-TEN says second half, I'm thinking October or November...

Posted by Arne Hess on 04.02.08 - 22:55:58

Euro 2008 starts on June 7th, the Olympic Summer Games on August 8th.
In theory E-TEN could hit both events... wink But I agree, could be tight.

Posted by MTM on 05.02.08 - 09:30:37

We all know that when a company sets a time frame for release of a product it's very seldom released in the first half of that time frame roll

And by the way, doesn't the second half of a year start on 1st of July, making it too late for Euro 2008? smile

Posted by Arne Hess on 05.02.08 - 10:17:05

Uuups... You are right... I shouldn't post comments that late in the night! wink
But hey, the Euro 2008 is going until 29 June which is close to the start of 2nd half 2008! wink
But I agree with you and will try to find out next week in Barcelona anyway.

Posted by MTM on 05.02.08 - 15:29:44

Looking forward to you digging up some information about it next week. It looks really interesting with VGA screen and DVB-T. Let's hope it's not too big and that it has 128 MB RAM smile

By the way, I got a German KS20 now - I love it, but unfortunately I have already made a big scratch on the screen sad

Posted by Arne Hess on 05.02.08 - 18:03:24

Ooooohhhh no... Sorry to hear... No way to polish it? sad

Posted by MTM on 05.02.08 - 19:03:45

Don't know... I tried something called Displex. It didn't seem to do much. Actually I just think it made the scratch a little bit more clear. Maybe I should just polish much longer...

The annoying thing it that it refracts the light, so on a white background you can see all sorts of colours at the scratch, while on a dark background it's almost invisible.

I'm a little worried at polishing it too much, because there should be some conducting layers some place that makes the touchscreen work, but how deep down are these layers? Have you any experience what to use and how to use it?

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