Garmin-Asus Launching its First Android Phone “nuvifone A10” in India

Written By Sam on 13 September 2010
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Garmin-Asus, a co-branded alliance between Garmin and AsusteK Computer, is bracing for the launch of its Android device (nuvifone A10?) featuring GPS navigation capabilities in India.

The smartphone believed to be nuvifone A10 will be based on the Android 2.1 platform, and will feature 4G internal built-in storage. The official statement says the phone will carry forward the Smart3 tag from the Garmin-Asus M10 mobile on the Android platform. It will come with a range of navigation capabilities and smartphone features. The battery life is touted as being “extra long,” claiming to offer up to 5 hours of talk time.

The phone will come loaded with a built-in point of interest (POI) database. This will help users find real-time information on weather, gas prices, parking lot availability, movie show times, flight status, public transportation, and so on.

The phone’s multimedia features will include a 5MP camera with built-in auto focus feature; built-in car navigation function; and other real-time connected services like CIAO, Panoramio and movie listings, the companies informed. The smartphone will be priced between INR 20,000 to 22,000 approximately.

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