By Brandon Miniman | May 16, 2008 12:00 AM
Over at the Czech website smartmania, they’ve posted a bit about a new E-TEN phone called the DX900, similar in appearance to the V900, which is purported to have dual SIM card slots. This would allow the user to have two phone numbers and use each line independent of each other. There aren’t too many Windows Mobile phones out there that can pull off this trick.
In terms of specs beyond the dual SIM capability, the DX900 looks good with a 2.8″ VGA screen, a 533MHz processor, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, GPS, WiFi, and a 3MP camera.
Thanks to Jerry for sending this in.