Fiishing for a New Mobile

By: John Gray

Smartphone manufacturer Eten have this month announced two new high spec mobile phones, the Eten Glofiish DX900 and the Glofiish X900.? The two phones share the exact same specifications, look and dimensions, except for one very important one - the Glofiish DX900 is the first dual sim mobile phone to run on the Windows Mobile Pro platform, so should get quite a few busy business people excited.?

The two Glofiish mobile phones run on the Windows Mobile Pro 6.1 Operating System and have a 533 Mhz Samsung CPU.? Both of the new Eten Glofiish have nice sized 2.8 inch screens, are sized at 106 x 60.5 x 17 mm, and weigh in at 147 grams.

The DX900 an X900 have VGA displays, 128 MB of RAM and 256 MB of ROM. ?The mobile phones also include Wi-Fi, a built-in GPS receiver to allow you drivers to plan your next trip, Bluetooth and a microSD card slot. ?The quad-band GSM/EDGE support and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA support make it a truly world-wide communicator.

For those after the less 'serious' features there is a 3.15 megapixel camera with autofocus, plus a secondary standard VGA camera for making video calls and Windows Media Player 10 is installed to handle your music and video files.

So for those of you who are important or busy enough to have two mobile phone contracts - you can now combine them into one smartphone with the DX900 - for all the rest of us there is the X900.? No word as yet on pricing or availability, so watch this space for more information.

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