Garmin Asus M10 helps you get around

Garmin and Asus’ latest collaboration does not stop at the A50 only, but also resulted in the M10. Instead of running on the Android operating system, this model comes with the latest build of Microsoft’s Windows Mobile, making it the second WinMo 6.5.3 device around (the first being the Sony Ericsson Aspen). Underneath the hood, the Garmin Asus M10 will feature a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM 7227 processor (sorry, not 1GHz Snapdragon here), 512MB RAM as well as ROM, 4GB of internal memory, a 3.5″ WVGA resolution touchscreen display, integrated turn-by-turn navigation and location awareness for virtually everything the phone does. It is set to hit the worldwide market in the first half of this year, although we do look forward in seeing how it runs at Mobile World Congress 2010 next week in Barcelona, Spain. [Press Release]

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