Garmin Asus A50 smartphone

Garmin and Asus’ collaboration has resulted in yet another smartphone in the form of the Android-powered A50, where it comes with a 3.5″ HVGA resolution capacitive touchscreen display, 4GB of storage space with a microSD memory card slot to augment the amount of data that you can store within. It will rely on a finger-friendly user interface, so there is no need to worry about losing a stylus to begin with. In order to uphold the good name of Garmin, the A50 relies on satellite, network-based and terrestrial sources to find out where you are exactly, using Garmin’s pre-loaded turn-by-turn navigation, lane assist with junction view and maps to help you reach your destination soonest possible. Other features include on-device synchronization with Microsoft Exchange server, support for the plethora of Google mobile services and a 3-megapixel autofocus camera among others. It will hit Europe in the first half of this year, with no word on its pricing just yet. [Press Release]

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