This is a subject of controversy in the world for 6 months. Nevertheless, Benson Lin, the president of Asustek’s mobile division has confirmed this news: an Android smartphone Garmin-Asus will be presented at the 3GSM World Mobile Congress in Barcelona next February.
Since the pooling of resources of the specialist of GPS equipment Garmin and the electronics group Asustek, many projects have been materialized. First, in early 2009 they sold the Garmin-Asus G60 subsystem Lynux. Then, shortly after the Garmin-Asus M20 subsystem Windows Mobile.
Garmin-Asus has to make some announcements during the Congress in Barcelona, including the launch of 4 or 5 smartphones in the year 2010.
We have no details about the characteristics of this new Android smartphone, it’s a great moment of suspence and expectation for professional in mobile phone industry.
In addition, the 3GSM Congress will be a very god opportunity to introduce a new smartphone running Windows Mobile 6.5.3: the Garmin-Asus M10.
Accessories for the Garmin-Asus M10 are convenient and very effective, this mobile phone is equipped with:
- display 3.5 WVGA (800 x 480 pixels)
- a 5 megapixels AFN
- a qualcomm 600 MHz processor
- a GPS module
It should be sold very soon for the equivalent of $430.