E-TEN G500 GPS Smartphone Review

Posted: Mar 18 2006, 8:43am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:20pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
E-TEN G500 GPS Smartphone Review
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The E-TEN G500 is a Pocket PC Phone with integrated GPS capabilities. The G500 features an embedded RoyalTek GPS module with the SiRF Star III high sensitivity chipset and an internal antenna design.

msmobiles has published a first part of their review of the E-TEN G500. The G500 makes a solid impression on the first glance. msmobiles highlights the fact that the G500 supports TMC and FM radio.
E-TEN was not able to put GPS and Wi-fi in the G500. So you need to decide what is more important to you.You can find more details about the E-TEN G500 on this product page.

Our I4U Shop actually offers the E-TEN M600 GSM smartphone. The E-TEN M600 features a digital camera and a 2.8 inch color screen. It runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 and features wi-fi. It sells for $590.24.

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