Chunghwa Telecom, the largest telecom in Taiwan, announced the start of the advertising campaign of the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M20, which is finally set to start selling in no more than two weeks time.
The SatNav-oriented Asus-Garmin nuvifone M20 is a WinMo PocketPC officially announced in February this year and showcased at MWC 2009. It seems it's now ready to hit the road outrunning its oh-so-late Asus-Garmin nuvifone G60.
Chunghwa Telecom will start selling the Nuvifone M20 along with Apple iPhone 3GS and HTC Hero at the end of this month. The complete SatNav Nuvifone M20 smartphone will be offered with various plans, including heavily-subsidized ones.
The Garmin Nuvifone M20 is expected to enter the heavily competitive GPS smartphone market, as it's fully armed in spec terms - 2.8 inches display, 4GB/8GB built-in memory, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.2MP AF camera seem enough for the task. We will let you know the retail price of the device, when it appears on the market.
I like so much Asus mobile Phone but im very disapointed because in hk and macao dont have english version only sell chinese version i like to ask asus company what happen
Been looking forwards to this phone for months. Glad it's finally released. This phone is great for people like me who place a great importance on a strong GPS. The type of OS isn't important as long as the phone does what it is suppose to do.
Just saw a hands-on video with this phone.... Interface is so un-inspiring.... Might have a super powerful GPS, but I'll seriously be depressed looking at that interface =/