As suspected, E-Ten has launched its dual-SIM & dual standby Windows Mobile phone called the Glofiish DX900, which is a “simple solution to an increasingly in-demand requirement for consumers who need access to two mobile communications services, but don’t want to carry around two devices at the same time.”
The Glofiish DX900 is now being showcased alongside two other touchscreen handsets, the X610 and the X900. The X610 is a handset that’s being proposed by E-Ten as something that “offers both value and functionally.” It will presumably have built-in GPS (they don’t say specifically) and PIM features that rival most smartphones nowadays. The X900 is a UMTS/HSDPA handset that should be able to serve your mobile browsing needs any time you need it.
The real star of the show, the Glofiish DX900, supports both HSDPA and EDGE. E-Ten even got awarded with the Best Choice of Computex accolade for this device. It also boasts built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, a VGA display and a 3 megapixel camera.
Windows Mobile 6.1 is pre-loaded on top of all these smartphones, and E-Ten’s touch UI will be an entirely new experience. No info was provided regarding regional availability and pricing, though, so that’s one thing you’ve got to watch out for.
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