The nüvifone M20 runs Windows Mobile 6.1 professional with push email and document viewing capabilities, and features a "desktop-like" Internet browser. Bluetooth, and as you probably guessed, Garmin navigation are on hand.
The Sat Nav system is more robust than the typical GPS-equipped phone; shipping with pre-loaded maps and points of interest - as we're used to seeing in dedicated car navigation systems. The camera's 3MP pictures are automatically geo-tagged. Other location-based services include weather and traffic reports.
The M20 is a 3.5G GSM handset with HSPDA connectivity. It will sync with computers via Wi-Fi, and can achieve download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. Nüvifone features a full soft QWERTY on its 2.8?, TFT touchscreen, which weighs in at 640 X 480 pixels. Models with 4 and 8 GB of storage will be available. Price-points and launch dates will be announced in the first half of the year.