Garmin-Asus have announced today that their nuvifone G60 will make its way to the retail stores on July 27 in Taiwan while Singapore and Malaysia will start selling from end of August. They have also confirmed the sale of nuvifone M20, which will take place sometime in August in Hong Kong, Thailand and aforementioned countries.
Rehashing the specs, the G60 features support for quad-band GSM, tri-band HSDPA, customized Linux OS, 3.55-inch touchscreen, 3MP camera with autofocus, geo-tagging, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, full HTML browser, e-mail and talk time of up to 4 hours.
M20 on the other hand is a WinMo offering which will initially be launched on 6.1 OS but will be upgradeable to 6.5. It supports tri-band GSM bands, dual-band HSPA, 3MP camera sensor with autofocus, geo-tagging, 2.8-inch touchscreen, pre-installed Opera browser, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, e-mail and up to 3.5 hours of talk time.
As regards to the European and US launch, Garmin-Asus claims it is on schedule for the second half of 2009.