Back in February Garmin-Asus announced the Nuvifone M10, a Windows Mobile 6.5.3 smartphone slated to hit stores in Europe and Asia sometime in 1H 2010. The companies have marketed the device toward those looking to achieve the perfect work-life balance all while navigating those unexpected turns that seem to come out of nowhere. Today, Euro-Asians should be happy to know that the Nuvifone M10 has passed the FCC's testing requirements and is that much closer to being available in retail stores.
A general practice among companies, when submitting devices to the FCC, is requesting certain items to remain confidential until the product gets closer to launch, or actually launches. This usually includes pictures, manuals, and test setup photos among other things. However, in the case of the Nuvifone M10, all these items have been made available to the public and you can access them by following the source link.
Here is a list of some specs that may interest you:
The Nuvifone is a GSM device with HSDPA 7.2Mbps, UMTS 900/2100, EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900, which means calls can be made on either T-Mobile or AT&T's network, but data will be unavailable in the US. Any European or Asian readers looking forward to this device? Let us know in the comments!