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nuvifone M10 coming to U.S. shores


Nuvifone M10 recently made an appearance at FCC site meaning U.S. release is just around the corner – though no official word from Garmin has been released.

Nuvifone M10 has already been out in Europe and Asia to please users who would like WinMo as their operating system. 6.5.3 to be more specific.

We’ve already mentioned the specs here but some of the highlights are still worth mentioning such as the 1500mAh battery, 600Mhz processor, 512MB of RAM and ROM, 4GB of internal flash, and a 5MP camera.

Garmin Asus nuvifone M10


Another brand new phone we came across today is the Garmin Asus nuvifone M10. We talked about the M10 just a few days ago but it looks like the official word got out today.

As expected Garmin Asus nuvifone M10 will be a Windows device running Windows Mobile 6.5.3. It has a 3.5″ WVGA screen, 3D task manager, 512MB RAM, and 512MB ROM, and 4GB of storage.

You can expect a decent life from the 1500mAh battery which should get you at least a day on those HSDPA or WiFi networks you can hop on.

Of course Garmin navigation will be preloaded with almost all the bells and whistles of a standalone GPS navigation system.

Garmin Asus nuvifone M10 will come out in Asia and Europe first in first half of this year. Is anyone still interested in a Windows Mobile phone though?

garmin asus nuvifone M10


Garmin Asus partnership seems to be doing well in Taiwan since it just recently announced the nuvifone M10. It is a decent looking phone as you’d expect from Asus and the specs really show the two companies really tried hard with this device. nuvifone M10 runs on Windows Mobile 6.5.3, has a 3.5″ WVGA touchscreen with 800×480 resolution, microSD card, a processor running at 600Mhz, bluetooth, 5MP camera, 512MB memory, and a 1500mAh battery.

February 6th is the release date for Taiwan where they’ll have to spend about equivalent of $440.

garmin-asus A10


Not to be confused with garminfone or nuviphone M10 Garmin and Asus partnership just announced another Android powered phone called Garmin Asus A10.

Of course its focus is again on GPS navigation; however more so for pedestrians rather than drivers which probably means it’s probably not going to make it to the U.S. where driving almost always takes precedence. The press release actually says it will be available in mid-2010 in Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Garmin-Asus A10 features a 3.2″ touch screen, electronic compass and a 1500mAh battery. Depending on your location the A10 will contain preloaded maps so you won’t have to rely on a data connection for maps which can be non-existent or just too expensive to use. Of course Garmin-Asus A10 will also work in your vehicle too – thanks to the powered audio mount.

Some other features of A10 include WebKit browser with multi-touch, 5MP camera with auto-focus, and auto-geotag, built-in accelerometer for horizontal and landscape views.