Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M20 to come spruced up with Windows Mobile 6.5 OS

November 11, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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Garmin-Asus is ready with the combo’s spruced up Nuvifone M20 with a Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. The all-in-one phone, mobile web-browser and premium navigation system, as Asustek calls it, the Nuvifone running on Windows Mobile 6.5 will come with a slew of improvements in its features offered.

The Windows Mobile 6.5 OS in the device makes it luring with large touch-optimized icons, mobile applications via Windows Marketplace for Mobile. The Home screen has a welcome addition in the form of preloaded Facebook too. The Microsoft My Phone service is also built in. This service offers data migration, data auto-syncing, backup and restoration, remote data wiping, as well as viewing, syncing and sharing of photos across PC, phone and web platforms. What more do you want? Users can also download and install additional applications to their M20, via Microsoft Windows Marketplace for Mobile.

To be made available in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Czech and Turkey by the end of 2009, the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M20 housing the Windows Mobile 6.5 OS is seen as combining the best of the Web, the PC and the phone.

The Garmin-Asus alliance has made it known to public that that existing users of Nuvifone M20 phones running Windows Mobile 6.1 will be eligible for the free update to Windows Mobile 6.5.

(Via BoyGeniusReport)

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