Apple Inc. on Monday announced the follow-up to it's wildly popular iPhone, the iPhone 3G ...
Sorry, even we get caught up during the silly season. And with that, Taiwan's E-TEN unleashed three new devices on its Glofish line last week at Computex 2008.
There's nothing terribly new here, as Phone Arena first showed us. Uou're unlikely to see any of these during your morning commute as E-TEN doesn't have the best (read: any) track record getting pickup from US carriers. Though we will say this: They rolled out WM6 updates earlier than the U.S. bigs.
But here's the skinny:
- The X900 is a quad-band GSM follow-up to the X800, with a 480-by-640 screen.
- The DX900 features dual sim cards, for those who swing that way, hitting up the 850/900/1800/1900 bands on one hand, and 850/1900/2100 on the other. It also sports a 3MP camera.
- The X610 is another basic update to the X600.