Garmin-Asus Launches an Advanced Android Smartphone with Multiple Navigation Modes in Malaysia

Garmin-Asus, a co-branded alliance between Garmin® Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), and ASUSTeK® Computer Inc. (TAIEX: 2357), today announced the Malaysia launch of the Garmin-Asus A10, a touchscreen smartphone running on the Android™ platform that boasts Garmin’s professional vehicle and pedestrian navigation. The A10 being sold in Malaysia has Android 2.1 and is designed for urban professionals who travel frequently within city environments.


Garmin-Asus A10 Main Specifications:


NetworksHSDPA DL:7.2Mbps UL: 384Kpbs,UMTS 900/ 2100,EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900,
OSAndroid 2.1 (Eclair)
CPUQualcomm 7227 600MHz
Memory512 MB SDRAM + 512MB ROM, 4GB eMMC Flash
ConnectivityBluetooth 2.0+EDR, USB v2.0, WLAN 802.11b+g
GPSQualcomm GPSOne–Gen7 (AGPS supported)
Display3.2 HVGA TFT with capacitive touch , 65Kcolors
Camera5 megapixel, Auto Focus
Battery1500mAh Lithium
Standby Time530-660 hours(2G/3G)
Talking Time560-710 minutes(2G/3G)
Expansion SlotmicroSD (supports SDHC, up to 32GB)
BrowserHTTP / Google browser
MessagingSMS / MMS / Email / Push email
VideoVideo Playback: MPEG4/H.264/H.263/WMV @ 30fps VGA
VideoRecording: MPEG4/H.263 @ 30fps QVGA
AudioMp3/mpeg4/wma/aac, aac+, aac+/wav/midi/ogg/3.5mm earphone jack
GoogleAndroid Market™, Google Talk™, GMail™, YouTube™, Google Maps™
NavigationPedestrian navigation, Automobile navigation

Garmin-Asus A10 Car Mount **Features:
  • When the A10 is mounted, the car mount will automatically recharge the phone.
  • It automatically switches the A10 to hands-free mode.
  • A built-in speaker amplifies the volume of calls and of sounds from the handset.
  • When the A10 is dismounted, it will automatically record the final GPS location.

From [L-R] - Mr. Li Huai Pin,Product Specialist of Garmin Asus, Mr. Frank Teh, Managing Director of Qool Distribution, Ms. Yen Li

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