Garmin-Asus Will Try 1-2 More Android Smartphones In 2010?

Posted: Oct 7 2010, 10:31am CDT | by , in Rumors | Android


Garmin-Asus Will Try 1-2 More Android Smartphones In 2010?
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Apparently the A10 is a hit in Taiwan.

We can't fault Garmin-Asus for trying. Digitimes reports that the computer-maker and the GPS company will be teaming up again to release one to two more Android smartphones. Both of these will be set to launch in Taiwan before the end of 2010, since the A10 was actually successful there.

No Garmin-Asus devices have yet managed to gain a foothold in the United States...or anywhere else in the world, really. The A10 sold just 3,500 units in September and will sell around 3,000 in October. Garmin-Asus does have plans to revamp the A10 with an EasyCard reader to allow users to shop and pay public transit fees via phone. That's pretty cool, at least.

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