Kenneth, 06 Apr 2010No autofocus, no front facing cam. The 5MP cam uses EFOD.what is a EFOD camera means?
The M10 runs Windows® Mobile, making it the ideal smartphone for business use, while its smart navigation capabilities, comprehensive social networking features and connected services enable users to lead a truly smart lifestyle. The M10 is the phone for the new Smart3 era.” said Benson Lin, Vice President and General Manager of ASUS’ Personal Mobile Devices Business Unit, Handheld Business Grou
i thou this phone is a good navig phone the rest of the function is pretty normal. And its Accelerometr UI reacts a bit slow. Remind me of the Nokia Navig version. But now they are coming out their OViMap. Pretty GooD! Way to go NOkia!
Anyone used it ???
Please review this phone for me for all :)
Battery life ? excellent GPS ? Conectivity ( Wifi , 3G )
Thanks a lot :)
have tried the phone. Definitely a phone that stands out in terms of functionality. Smart phone + Garmin Map(free)
I also like to know whether it has autofocus on the camera. That's an important function as least.
Etoh, 30 Mar 2010Does anyone has any idea if this phone will lag when playing games from miniclips or facebook?... moreI have personnally tried the phone. It is running on 600Mhz processor with L2 cache. The only phone in the market that has a l2 cache cpu processor. definitely it will not lag like other brands.
The M10 is comparable to a dedicated GPS device such as Garmin 1460 PND, giving you the ability to go wherever you desire without getting lost and losing precious time. Supported by the advanced Garmin GPS navigation technology, even in undesirable weather conditions, the M10 has an impressive time to first fix (TTFT) of 33 seconds, which is its timeframe to acquire a satellite lock; a very useful feature for people who are constantly on the go.
Does anyone has any idea if this phone will lag when playing games from miniclips or facebook? (if there is no lagness in the internet conection)
Costas, 15 Mar 2010You think Thai maps are expensive, think again, when I tell you that Darmojah, which is the so... moreDarmojah is not the only provider. In fact, there maps are Navteq, which is owned by Nokia. There's Ovi maps (navteq), which is free on select nokia handsets, blackberry maps (navteq), and don't forget ndrive. http://www.ndriveweb.com/
Arch, 11 Mar 2010They officially announced the price in Thailand yesterday. Converted to USD, without car kit =... moreYou think Thai maps are expensive, think again, when I tell you that Darmojah, which is the sole agent in Saudi Arabia, charges $200 for their Saudi Maps.
They officially announced the price in Thailand yesterday. Converted to USD, without car kit = $438, with car kit = 526. Cheaper than Nuvi 7xx here.
Price for other country should be lower because they included Thai map that considered very expensive when purchase separately comparing to map for other country.
I saw this phone last night, at a presentation the Garmin representative of Saudi Arabia, had introducing a range of Garmin products and the M10 was one of these products. It look really nice and sleek.
It will be available in Saudi in about six weeks, and it will be supplied with a Saudi Arabian desert maps. The bundle will be priced at around $500. Not bad considering that the local agent “Darmoja” will install the latest local maps including desert tracks points of interest in the barren deserts of Saudi Arabia as well as desert refuelling locations and areas where a GSM signal may be available Arabia..
I will certainly add one of these gadgets in my collection when it becomes available.