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Eten presents glofiish X500

Eten presents glofiish X500 - read the full textBeing among the world's thinnest combination of a Pocket PC phone, GPS and Wi-Fi all in one, the new Eten glofiish X500 is based on Windows Mobile 5.0 and features a 2 megapixel camera, as well as a fast 400 MHz processor. The new platform used by the well-known manufacturer of PocketPCs, Eten,...


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phone is totally awesome but wm5 is hard to find software for at the moment. camera totally blows ass as there are streaky lines everywhere in the picture but everything else is totally up to par! worth it in my book but they might as well remove the camera all together.

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  • 2007-01-20 23:36
  • bhBa

hi, it a good phone i have to say. do u need a test phone so i can promote it for you.

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  • 2006-12-08 10:47
  • Nhd{

i just bought the phone to my GF!! the phone is not that good!!! the touchscreen is suck!! and is so slow when u using.when u want to turn on the BT it take so long.....somthing like that....i dont think worth $700 CAD +shopping!!!

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  • 2006-12-08 10:26
  • jIuk

any one bought this phone yet???any commentss?????i thinking of getting on myself and need your inputs.....thankssss..

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  • 2006-11-28 17:55
  • QJ70

Thanks, Kid303. So just upload any Nav software into the Mini SDCard and load it?? please explain more as to how to get it working. this is my first time using this smartphone w/ GPS.

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  • 2006-11-22 03:42
  • Ye9Q

TomTom 6 for WM 5 would be a good choice. I'm running it on the P3300 (HTC) and it works perfectly. Although iI would recommend a memory card if you're gonna use TomTom for maps etc.

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  • 2006-11-18 15:46
  • mnX1

could you guys please advise what type of nav software could be installed in this phone or does it loaded with pre-installed nav software already?

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  • 2006-11-17 16:24
  • QJ70

it will be around 550 euro

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  • 2006-11-15 19:36
  • p3xx

If 3g is not a must, this is the best phone out there. found it for $649 in the US at but I heard some people complain about the device to function POOR AS A PHONE. I wonder how much truth is in that, it would be a MAJOR problem.

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  • 2006-11-15 10:56
  • Rdxd

want to know how much would it cost? how long will i be getting it?

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  • 2006-11-14 20:15
  • j23c

wow... i love get this phone.... really sweeeeeet it has everything that i could hope for a phone... gps and wifi...

when will it be out?? and how much

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  • 2006-11-12 11:19
  • mDfZ

too big to be a mobile

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  • 2006-11-12 10:32
  • TuI@

It looks Cool, Hopefully it would be in my hands soon, ;) thanks Buddies

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  • 2006-11-11 18:34
  • PFIx

for those of you who are looking for english or french version of x500 it is already available in Europe from this web site

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  • 2006-11-09 10:58
  • mAeG

Wicked phone, I can double drop then when they have kicked in I can listen to the MP3 player and stack some boxes, also it looks strong enough for me to chew on,

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  • 2006-11-07 18:27
  • Mx@E

looks good, hope it is out soon

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  • 2006-11-06 11:54
  • Mx@E

hope it's arount $500 US

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  • 2006-11-06 07:50
  • 4}A$

how much is it

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  • 2006-11-05 07:34
  • 4Yvc

The phone looks good, does anyone know if it will be available in the UK and also on what networks.....oh yeah and if its not too much trouble when it'll be hitting the stores too.
ta people

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  • 2006-11-03 19:05
  • nueu

great phone. cant wait till march so i can get one.
who can compare this to an n95?? symbian is awful no where near as good as windows. being an ex n series user i can also add that they have way too many software problems which they cant seem to solve. i work for a mobile retailer and we have just had a recall on all the n series phone due to these software problems. you would of thought that a big make like nokia could sort out a problem like this. n70 n73 n75 n 90 n91 n93 n95 all seem to have the same problems. not too sure about the n80 range.
in other words eten rule and this phone is sure to be a market leader.

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  • 2006-11-03 13:51
  • mqEb

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