Yesterday Crave attended the UK launch of E-TEN's new line-up, which includes the E-TEN Glofiish M800, the X800 (which we reported on in March) and the X600. These oddly named handsets look very similar to HTC devices and pack many of the same features too.
The X600 (pictured), for example, runs on Windows Mobile 6 and features a large colour touchscreen, EDGE, GPS, Wi-Fi, a 2-megapixel camera and an expandable microSD slot.
Considering E-TEN managed to squash all these features into a casing that's only 15mm thin, the X600 is a formidable smart phone, although we would have liked to have seen HSDPA (3.5G) and a better camera.
The X800, on the other hand, does offer HSPDA and also packs GPS and Wi-Fi -- but what impressed us even more is the 500MHz processor and VGA display, which together make for a rather slick device. The red details on the casing might not be to everyone's liking, but this is a smart phone with some serious oomph.
If you're thinking the X800 would be even better with a full Qwerty keypad, you'll be glad to know that the last smart phone in the line-up, the M800, is practically the same device as the X800 but with a slide-out Qwerty pad for typing out long emails.
Click through for more information and pictures of the E-TEN X800 and M800.