Eten have managed to gain themselves a certain amount of respect in the tough SIM-free handset market. With players like Asus, iMate and especially HTC it takes a very good phone to succeed. Here, then, is the Eten Glofiish M800 we mentioned earlier. It’s now officially announced and it bears more than a passing resemblance to HTC’s TyTN II, although many also liken it to the Eten Glofiish X800 but this time with a sliding QWERTY keypad.
The Glofiish M800 gets a trick Samsung 500Mhz CPU and has 256Mb ROM but alas only 64Mb RAM. In addition to the 3G / HSPDA connectivity you also get WiFi 802.11b/g and GPS (SiRF Star III) for navigation. Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR, 2 megapixel camera with flash are also included, as is a microSD card slot for extra space. The Glofiish M800 does have an ace up its’ sleeve in the form of a VHA (480×640) screen offering extra resolution and clarity to Windows Mobile 6 and all the associated Mobile Office applications (this made browsing much better when we tested the iMate handsets)
Link – Glofiish M800