While we can’t be sure how well Garmin-Asus’ first Windows Mobile phone, the nuvifone M20, did in stores, it apparently did well enough to warrant a sequel. In addition to this morning’s announcement of the Android-powered nuvifone A50, Garmin has just announced that they’re also cracking away at a second WinMo phone.
Going against the grain, Garmin has decided to take a step backwards on the model number; though this one has improved specs across the board, the follow-up to the nuvifone M20 has been labeled the nuvifone M10. Confusing, right?
Names aside, here’s what we know so far:
- Display: 3.5″ Wide VGA (800×480) display
- Internal Memory: 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM
- Internal Storage: 4GB
- Operating System: Windows Mobile 6.5.3
- Battery: 1500mAh
- Camera: 5 megapixels
- Hardware features: Car charger and vehicle mount included
Like the A50, Garmin-Asus isn’t saying a peep about US availability or pricing, though they do say we can expect it to hit the shelves by the end of June in Asia and Europe.