Reuters recently confirmed that Garmin-Asus’ latest product, nuvifone G60 will be arriving this summer, using a Linux-based operating system. G60 will available from June and the OS will be a proprietary one, a version of LiMo.


Turns out that AT&T might be the carrier selling the very hot GPS phone, that packs a 3.55 inch touchscreen display, 3G HSDPA support and a 3 megapixel camera with autofocus and support for geotagging. There are also many other navigational features on the specs list, like the automated routes, Internet GPS nav and support for the Ciao! service.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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