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E-TEN announces details on Glofiish M750, M810

updated 03:00 pm EDT, Mon April 14, 2008

Glofiish M750, M810

E-TEN announced details on two of its newest quad-band PC Pocket phones from its Glofiish line, the M750 and the near-identical M810. Both feature an integrated GPS receiver, while Wi-Fi and a keyboard allow for easy Internet access and browsing. Java support for Internet games and applications makes them E-TEN's first Pocket PCs to do so. The 810 differs mainly with an extra camera to allow for video calls (pictured) and adds UTMS and HSDPA to the 750's GPRS and EDGE connectivity options.

The phones also integrate a built-in radio, 2.8-inch, 240x320-pixel display, a 2-megapixel camera along with Bluetooth. The 0.7-inch thick shell of both phones holds 64MB of RAM as well as 256MB of built-in storage and a microSD card slot. The Windows Mobile 6 phone also runs from 64MB of RAM.

No specifics on prices or dates were relayed by the company, but both models should be on the worldwide market in the next two to three weeks. [via
SlashPhone]










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