It's not the Android phone that Asustek's president was bragging about yesterday, but the WinMo 6.5.3 model we heard whispers of actually looks nicer than expected, if this Taiwanese pre-order picture extravaganza is anything to go by.
The listed specs are exactly what Asustek president Benson Lin promised they'd be, namely a 3.5-inch WVGA resistive touchscreen, 5.0-megapixel camera, Qualcomm 7224 600MHz processor and GPS functionality. At least we now know that it's also sporting 512MB RAM and the same again for internal storage, with a microSD card slot for extra back-up funsies.
As is typical with these Garmin-ASUS collaborations, the M10 will be tailored for drivers and will come bundled with a car holder. It'll be $435 when it goes on sale in Taiwan, in early February just like Lin said. As you can see from the branding on the base of the phone, it's under the Nuvifone range—looks like they haven't been too scarred by the reaction to the G60 and M20, then. [ASUS Taiwan via Slashphone via Engadget]