04/21/2010, T-Mobile has officially announced that it will be offering the Garmin-Asus Garminfone, touted as the first Android-powered smartphone to be fully integrated with Garmin’s navigation experience. If you think it looks familiar, it could be because this phone looks exactly like the Nuvifone A50. It’ll be launched later this spring, and specifications of it will include:
11/12/2009, Folks who currently own a Garmin nÃ¼vifone M20 will certainly be happy to hear that Garmin and Asus have announced the availability of a Windows Mobile 6.5 software upgrade for the device. With the latest update, users will be able to enjoy Facebook and Microsoft’s My Phone service.
09/30/2009, AT&T has finally announced that its Garmin nÃ¼vifone G60 will be available to the masses Stateside from October 4th onwards, where it will offer an amalgamation of GPS navigation, voice, data and mobile web in a single device. Boasting similar core features like a high-end Garmin nÃ¼vi, you will find that the G60 will also come pre-loaded with maps and millions of points of interest (POI) for North America. Just […]
09/26/2009, Still itching to get your hands on a Garmin Nuvifone G60? Well, rumors are going around that the device will be going for $300 after a 2-year contract and $100 mail-in rebate, which is fairly steep to be honest. To make things worse, it’s rumored that the device will be going for $550 without a contract. If you’re really into this phone, you might want to start saving your pennies […]
09/21/2009, It seems as though the long awaited Garmin Asus nÃ¼vifone G60 will be making its way to the market later this October for $299 after you send in a $100 mail-in rebate and settle for a 2-year contract. Just to refresh your memory, this Linux-based smartphone will come with 3G connectivity, an integrated Garmin GPS, a 3.5″ touchscreen display and a 3-megapixel camera to get you started. It would be […]
08/20/2009, AT&T looks set to release a couple of Nuvifones – the Garmin Asus G60 and the Garmin Asus M20. While we have heard plenty about the former, the latter will run on Windows Mobile 6.1 while carrying integrated GPS navigation and advanced features such as Connected Services (a suite of Web-based applications that offer “location intelligence to navigation, phone and browser functions”) and a LBS app known as Ciao!. The […]
08/10/2009, The folks at BGR managed to infiltrate and discover AT&T’s pre-launch list of handsets, and among them include the BlackBerry 9700 in charcoal, Garmin Nuvifone G60, HTC Tilt 2 in camera and camera-less versions and HTC Pure among others. These mentioned handsets will probably be out anywhere from a fortnight from now to three months, but you can bet your bottom dollar they’ll arrive at AT&T’s doorstep sooner or later.
08/07/2009, After numerous delays and false starts, the Nuviphone from Garmin is ready to arrive in the US later in Q4 this year, where it will see an advertising blitz follow. This might seem a tad slow since the Garmin Asus Nuviphone G60 has already shipped in Asia, while the Windows Mobile-powered M20 has already arrive in Asia this month. Garmin hopes to see the Nuviphone contribute around $100 to $200 […]
07/24/2009, After an extremely long wait (too long for some in the industry, it seems), Garmin Asus aims to make their partnership an extremely fruitful one by announcing the availability of a couple of their handsets, namely the G60 and M20. Both models will arrive in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia sometime next month, all powered by Windows Mobile, while the Linux-powered G60 is hitting Taiwan within the next […]
06/16/2009, The long protracted Garmin Asus G60 nuviphone is beginning to feel as though it is the hardware equivalent of Duke Nukem Forever, but we have news that the smartphone will arrive sometime in the second half of this year (fingers crossed). Not only that, their collaboration will also see that only Android and Windows Mobile operating systems will be used in upcoming devices. Well, the long overdue G60 won’t be […]
05/10/2009, Time and tide wait for no man, and neither do they wait for smartphone releases. The Garmin Nuviphone G60 has been delayed yet again to Q3 later this year due to some issues with production capability of both Asustek and Garmin. It would be interesting to see just how this delay could affect potential sales considering hot new smartphones will be hitting the deck this summer, including the Palm Pre […]