Garmin-Asus showcased its very hot Nuvifone handsets at MWC 2009, the G60 and M20 being promising enough to make the Nokia Navigator series go hide and cry in shame. Here’s a bit of action with the Nuvifone M20, that got analysed in a hands on experience by PhoneDog:


Nuvifone M20 is a colourful device, based on Windows Mobile 6.1 and using Garmin’s finger friendly UI and virtual keyboard. The M20 packs a Qualcomm 7200A 528 MHz CPU, a 2.8 inch VGA touchscren (640 x 480 pixels), WiFi, HSDPA and an accelerometer. There’s also a 3 megapixel camera on board, 4 or 8 GB of storage and, of course, GPS.

Garmin’s nav software and maps are preloaded on the handset, that also comes with the Ciao! LBS app.

[via wmpoweruser]

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