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UNVEILED: E-TEN to showcase its first Windows Mobile 6 3G Pocket PC Phone at CeBIT 2007
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 02.03.07 - 12:01:09 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 13270x
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Today, E-TEN Information Systems announced, that it will stage early demonstrations of its newest Pocket PC Phone Edition at the upcoming CeBIT international trade show in Hannover. The new handset which is scheduled for release later in the year under E-TEN's own-brand, Glofiish, will be the company's first handset to feature 3G connectivity.

E-TEN's latest Windows Mobile professional smartphone is based on the recently announced Windows Mobile 6 software platform which offers new and richer ways to edit documents and E-Mails, improved usability, and more powerful mobile functions. The new device will be the first from E-TEN to support 3G connectivity – HSDPA/UMTS.

Also on show at the booth will be E-TEN's two most recent handset releases, the Glofiish X500, which at just 15.5mm is the company's thinnest Pocket PC device, and the Glofiish M700, featuring a sliding keyboard. All three Pocket PC Phones offer all-in-one connectivity with GSM, Wi-Fi and GPS and include a 400 MHz Samsung CPU and 128MB of Flash ROM.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by BDS on 07.03.07 - 09:49:50

Who buys this sh...t? I cannon belive anyone can make any use of such a small screen! Look at the new Nokia E90 - that is the screen to work with!

Posted by TBG² on 08.03.07 - 00:18:38

Nokia E90? How old school! tongue Look at the HTC Athena, that’s what I call a screen!
Who is going to buy a E90 if you can get a HSDPA-enabled Athena?

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