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Gigabyte's Digital TV GSmart t600 Mobile - Software

Lars plays with the t600 mobile phone from Gigabyte's "GSmart" division. Digital TV is the big highlight here.

| Phones in Mobile Devices | Posted: Jul 24, 2007 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 7.5%      Manufacturer: GIGABYTE Communications

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Although we've already covered some of the software aspects of the GSmart t600, Gigabyte has crammed it full of extras, even though Windows Mobile 6 Professional comes with a wide range of handy applications on its own. The TV application is the easiest one to spot, but Gigabyte has also added Spb Catalog and Spb Backup, both of which are quite useful. Gigabyte has also included an audio recording application, an audio mixer application with 3D audio spatializer, a contact blacklist utility and its own Bluetooth utility.

 

 

The standby screen is quite busy when you first power on the GSmart t600 and we'd suggest you make it a bit less busy to speed up the phone.

 

 

As mentioned earlier, Windows Mobile 6 comes with Live Messenger and it is much easier to use than the version that came with Windows Mobile 5 devices, especially when it comes to chatting with multiple people at once.

 

 

The 480x640 screen is great for browsing web pages, although it might not look like it from the TweakTown screen below. You can turn the screen sideways and get 640x480. Although this isn't quite good enough for most modern websites, it's still far superior to the standard 320x240 screens which most smart phones use.

 

 

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