Soon after it released the Glofiish M800 in February 2008, E-Ten is planning to release the Glofiish M750 and Glofiish M810 in about 2-3 weeks. When I first reviewed the E-TEN Glofiish M800 on Eten Blog dot Com, I was rather impressed with it, save for the touch-sensitive buttons. The VGA screen, while nice, was not something I wanted for various reasons. So it seems that this upcoming Glofiish M810 is for me.
For those wondering, the Glofiish M750 and M810 are really feature-packed. Just how much? Well here’s what they have: quad-band GSM, Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 and GPS (ideal for Google Maps). Further specifications include a Samsung S3C processor at 500MHz and 256MB Flash ROM running on the Windows Mobile 6 platform, while dimensions of the handsets are a sleek 109.5 x 59 x 17.5mm. Both come with 2 megapixel auto-focus camera and are the first E-TEN phones to include built-in JAVA support. Screen resolution is qVGA (240×320).
The Glofiish M750 and M810. Yes they both share the same physical appearance.
So what’s the difference between the 2? Not much apparently. Their outer casing are almost identical surprisingly. I was hoping that it would be different because they are different models released at the same time, but then again, that’s just me. What is different is that the M750 only supports GPRS/EDGE while the Glofiish M810 does HSDPA. Hopefully I can get a unit to review. (via Glofiish Press Release)