The long-awaited Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M20, which we got our hands on way back at the beginning of the year, is finally getting some launch love, but don't expect to see people roaming the streets with it anytime soon in the States. The M20's been launched on Taiwan's Chunghwa network, marking the first phone to run Windows Mobile from the alliance between the GPS guru and hardware manufacturer.
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Well, with a 640x480 screen this thing isn't going to handle WheriGo, but I'd still love to know just how accurate that GPS is - and whether or not it requires aGPS to operate.... could make for a good geocaching phone!
This is the Sony Experia X1 of 2009 (if not 2010)
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