Garmin, which has been fairly frank about how totally, like, hard it is to make a new smartphone, has finally announced they'll be shipping the Nuvifone S60 to Taiwan on the 27th. It only took the—wait, 19 months?
Garmin-Asus will launch the M20, a Windows Mobile 6.1 phone, sometime this year. True to the name, this cute touchscreen handset comes with car dock and a full set of GPS maps for deep-country use.
This is a pretty weak of an upgrade, but whatever, I'm over it. Remember the flaws with the M-Cody M20? The major flaw being the USB 1.1 transfer speeds. With the 2GB capacity on this MP3 player I would be able to knit a f'ing sweater before this player would be done transferring.
Similar in design to the LG Chocolate Phone, the M-20 is thin like an iPod Nano and has features Apple wouldn't think of putting in their player. Among them, FM radio, voice & line in recording, and WMA & OGG support.