Garmin-Asus had promised and they’ve delivered. Their first Android device has been unveiled and will be showcased at the MWC that begins from next week.
Garmin-Asus hasn’t confirmed the Android build the nuvifone A50 runs but has emphasized on its navigation skills and location-based apps that a user will be able to take advantage on Google’s open-source OS.
Rounding up the feature set are its 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen display, 3MP camera, 4GB internal storage, microSD card slot, accelerometer, multi-touch enabled browser and access to Android market.
Price is not disclosed but expect the phone to sell in Europe in the first half of this year.