These days, Windows Mobile phones are a dime a dozen. However, it’s still quite refreshing to see new models thrown into the ecosystem, trying to best each other with much of the same features as everything else.
The ZTE E810 is one such newcomer to the category, boasting a Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard edition OS together with features as old as time itself. I’m talking about its 1.3 megapixel cam, 2.5-inch QVGA 65K-color screen, 64MB of RAM, Bluetooth and support for up to 4GB of external memory.
See? Not too impressed with it either, aren’t you? 3G and WiFi connectivity round out the list of features that the ZTE E810 doesn’t have, further reinforcing the notion that this smartphone is in fact a non-smartphone.
But if you still think you can get anything done with this smartphone at all, well then be my guest, and wait for it to launch from Movistar where you can reach them.
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