nüvifone A50: the first Android-smartphone Alliance Garmin-ASUS

Thursday, February 11, 2010

We have already informed you that the combined company Garmin-ASUS is preparing to release its first smartphone based on OS Google Android. Today was officially reported that the model Garmin-ASUS nüvifone A50 will be demonstrated at the exhibition Mobile World Congress, held February 15-18 in Barcelona. Like all models of the manufacturer nüvifone A50 differs advanced navigation component. The device is equipped with a GPS-receiver and can receive information to determine the location, not only through the satellites, but the cellular network. The device is able to give step by step voice instructions, and the functions geoteggirovaniya automatically tied to the area to take pictures.

Smartphone is somewhat simpler than announced, together with the communicator and the M10 has a capacitive touch screen with a diagonal of 3.5-inches and a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. CPU clock speed and RAM are not reported - only known that the model will get 4 GB of internal memory and microSD slot format. Photo module is also easier than in the M10 - the matrix of the camera only 3-megapixel, but there is autofocus and an accelerometer. Distinctive feature of the model will also be extensive integration with various services provided by Google.

Smartphone Garmin-ASUS nüvifone A50 will appear on the European market in the first half of 2010, but its value has not yet named.