Barely a couple of weeks after the product of its alliance with T-Mobile USA came to fruition, Garmin together with Asus have officially unveiled their latest creation, the Garmin-Asus A10 Android smartphone.
Compared to the T-Mobile Garminfone, the Garmin-Asus A10 smartphone has a smaller screen (3.2-inches) but remains as great a choice for an all-in-one navigation and communications device according to Garmin especially if you’re walking.
Among its host of features are a built-in electronic compass, GPS coupled with pre-loaded maps and turn-by-turn voice navigation, compatibility with Microsoft Exchange server for wireless syncing, 5-megapixel camera with autofocus lens and onboard accelerometer.
The Garmin-Asus A10 smartphone also boasts a multi-touch enabled WebKit browser, as well as the full-featured Android mobile OS. Pricing details have not been revealed yet, but the A10 can be expected to become available by mid-2010 in Europe and Asia-Pacific locations.
Via Press release
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