I told you about the Asus Galaxi Mini way back in February this year.
It’s a low end touchscreen handset running Windows Mobile OS and targeted as a competitor of entry level HTC Touch and other similar devices.
Today Galaxi Mini becomes official as Asus P320 GPS touchscreen smartphone.
I had a chnace to play with it a bit and I liked it. Asus P320 Galaxi Mini is a compact, light 2.5G PDA phone with a big 2.8″ touchscreen, good connectivity options and Asus own touch interface enhancements, similar to the ones HTC Touch introduced to Windows Mobile devices.
And it’s among the first low end smartphones to come with built-in GPS sensor.
The specs of Asus P320 GPS handset include:
- Quad-band GSM )850/900/1800/1900), GPRS, EDGE connectivity
- TI OMAP 850 200 MHz CPU, 1280 ROM/64 RAM
- Windows Mobile Pro 6.1
- 2.8″ QVGA 320×240 px TFT LCD touchscreen
- 2 Megapixel camera
- Built-in SiRF III GPS
- Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0
- MicroSD memory card slot
Of course Asus P520 doesn’t have the glamour, 3D touch interface effects and other bells and whistles of Asus Lamborghini ZX1 phone, but neither does it cost 1000 EURO.
Expected Asus P320 retail price is 300 EUR and it should become available in Europe in Q2, 2008
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