First Garmin-ASUS smartphone based on Android debuts in February

Thursday, January 21, 2010

As previously reported, this year plans to release a smartphone under the brand Garmin-ASUS, running the operating system Android. At the end of last year, Garmin announced that the device will enter into a series of nuvifone, which currently includes two models - G60 and M20. And we now know that the announcement of Android smartphone Garmin-ASUS will be held at the Congress MWC 2010, which will be held February 15-18 in Barcelona. Told the president mobile unit ASUSTek Computer Benson Lin (Benson Lin).

In addition, he said that just this year under the brand Garmin-ASUS should get 4 or 5 models on the basis of Android and Windows Mobile, and, in 2010, planned to sell about one million vehicles. Benson Lin also spoke about the new Communicator ASUS M10, which also debuts at MWC. This device is based on the new version of Windows Mobile numbered 6.5.3. Among its features - 600 Mhz Qualcomm 7224 processor, 3.5-inch touch screen (resistive, with a resolution WVGA), 5 megapixel camera and support for GPS. So far known only for its timing issue in Taiwan - it is February, the communicator will cost 13 900 New Taiwan dollars (about 434 U.S. dollars). And, returning to the brand Garmin-ASUS, Lin mentioned that under him in the fourth quarter of 2010 will model for the Chinese networks TD-SCDMA.


Unknown said...

This is the phone which comes with
the garmin GPS which is very famous in
the GPS market. It is doing doing well.
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