Together with M20’s smartphone capabilities (delivered by Windows Mobile 6.1) and its Garmin-branded navigation features, Opera Mobile 9.5 should make the handset a good choice for customers who need complete mobile solutions.
The latest version of Opera Mobile comes with features like: panning and zooming, tabbed browsing, copy/paste, image and link sharing and so on.
“With our promise of easy navigation, we wanted to bundle a browser on the nüvifone M20 that would help users get online and stay in touch as simply as possible. Web browsing is a key feature on this device, and we believe that a superior mobile Web experience will make the lives of busy people everywhere easier,” declared Benson Lin, Vice President & General Manager, Personal Mobile Devices Business Unit, Asus Handheld Business Group.
In Taiwan, the Nuvifone M20 costs about $545 unlocked. However, in Europe the smartphone will probably be more expensive – in Poland it can be pre-ordered for $840.
Via Press release
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