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Garmin-Asus Android Power: nuvifone A10 and A50 Review

Garmin-Asus is no new player in the smartphone industry, but what’s new is their latest addition to the family, and also their first take on Google’s Android platform. Brewing in the vat for some time, the company released not one but two flavors of the Android smartphone to the market, the nuvifone A10 and A50.

Garmin-Asus is no new player in the smartphone industry, but what’s new is their latest addition to the family, and also their first take on Google’s Android platform. Brewing in the vat for some time, Garmin-Asus released not one but two flavors of the Android smartphone to the market, the nuvifone A10 and A50.

Before we move on, let’s take a look at the specifications of both phones.

  nuvifone A10 nuvifone A50
Processor Qualcomm 7227 600MHz Qualcomm 7227 600MHz
Memory 4GB flash + 512MB RAM + 512MB ROM 4GB flash + 256MB RAM + 256MB ROM
Screen Capacitive touch 3.2″ TFT Capacitive touch 3.5″ TFT
Display Resolution HVGA (320 x 480) HVGA (320 x 480)
Camera 5MP with AF 3MP with AF
Connectivity WLAN b/g, USB 2.0, BT 2.0 WLAN b/g, USB 2.0, BT 2.0
GPS Qualcomm GPSOne G7 (Assisted, Aided, standalone) Qualcomm GPSOne G7 (Assisted, Aided, standalone)
Expansion microSD with SDHC suport microSD with SDHC support
Battery 1500mAh Li-Ion 1150mAh Li-Ion
Standby and Talk Time Up to 600 hours and 8 hours respectively Up to 250 hours and 3 hours respectively
Platform Android 1.6 with Breeze UI Android 1.6 with Breeze UI

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