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India gets Garmin Asus Android phone

The touchscreen smartphone offers support for multiple navigation modes like Professional Pedestrian Navigation and In-car Navigation.

Garmin Asus has announced the launch of their latest mobile handset running on Android 2.1 (Eclair) platform, A 10, as reported by Telecom Yatra earlier.
The touchscreen smartphone offers support for multiple navigation modes like Professional Pedestrian Navigation and In-car Navigation.
John Chen, business head, mobile communication business, ASUS (India) said, “The A10 is an extremely powerful smartphone that has navigation capabilities equivalent to Garmin’s premium automotive navigation devices. It enables users to interconnect instantly with other users with geotagging wherein a geotagged photo can be sent to friends who can then initiate navigation to the location by simply clicking on it.”
The Garmin Asus A10 comes preloaded with detailed maps, hence users do not have to pay and wait for third party maps to download from a server, nor will they lose their turn-by-turn, voice-prompted navigation if they are out of cell phone coverage.
The A10 also comes with a large built-in point of interest (POI) database and provides real-time information on weather, gas prices, parking lot availability, movie show times, public transportation, and more. These Connected Services can be accessed instantly via the A10’s “click and go” function.
Additionally, the device comes with 3.2 inch multi touch capacitive screen, 5.0 megapixel auto-focus camera, 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM and a 1500mAh battery.
The Garmin-Asus A10 will be offered in major metro cities including Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kolkata at Rs 18,990.

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