Make way for the first ever Google Android powered Smartphone by Garmin ASUS, known as the Garmin ASUS Nuvifone A50. Garmin is well known brand in manufacturing GPS devices and ASUS is known for its solid and stable hardware. So the collaboration of Garmin and ASUS is expected to offer a comprehensively powerful Smartphone.
Some of you will know that the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone G60 was approved by the FCC late last year, yesterday the specs of the Nuvifone G60 were finally, officially announced. Its very likely that we’ll see it released and on the high streets in a few weeks time. Full gallery and press release right after the jump.
We wrote a post about the new yet to arrive, multitasker smartphone Nuvifone by Garmin last week. Though we haven’t yet got any actual hands on video at the moment, we have however got two videos made by Garmin.
Check it out and see what you might be expecting from this very prestigious phone…
Find out more about the phone at the Official Garmin website.
Garmin has announced that they will be taking their first step into the mobile phone market by introducing their 3.5″ touch screen, multi-functional phone the nuvifone.
Though the phone market at the moment is already filled with competition for touch screen devices, Garmin is quite convinced that the nuvifone will surprise you as being not just any touch screen phone, it is the ‘ultimate multi-tasker’.
Just why might Garmin think so? Well to start with it is the only mobile phone device to have altogether on board integrate premium 3.5G mobile phone capability with internet browsing, data connectivity, personal messaging, and personal navigation functions.
Many already believe that this will be the Apple iPhone’s strongest competitor yet, the nuvifone will be the first ever device to include Google local search function as well as the ‘Where am I’ search capability. And because it’s a Garmin device, you will no doubt have access to Garmin Online for latest updates on real-time traffic, fuel prices, stock prices, sports and news and much more!