Optus Gets Garmin-Asus Deal

The Garmin-Asus Nuviphone A50 smartphone uses the Android operating system and will be available exclusively through Optus. The unit brings together the power of the Android operating system with on-board Garmin navigation.

It comes with a large 3.5 inch display and gives users a clear view of all the integrated Google mobile services available.

The Garmin-Asus Nuviphone A50 smartphone uses the Android operating system and will be available exclusively through Optus. The unit brings together the power of the Android operating system with on-board Garmin navigation.

It comes with a large 3.5 inch display and gives users a clear view of all the integrated Google mobile services available.

With one-click access to Google Search by voice, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, calendar, contacts and Android Market, the Garmin-Asus also includes a multi-touch webkit browser, document viewers for Microsoft office and PDF documents, a music player, and a three-megapixel autofocus camera.

Including a full in-car mount and car charger, this smartphone is claimed to be the first device in Australia to offer photoReal Junction View and is suitable for use on the dash of your car and when on foot. Garmin’s heritage of quality navigation devices means that this device rises to the occasion whenever you need to get from A to B, without the need to rely on external accessories or other subscription services.

This unit includes several Optus mobile services such as voice-activated 124 ‘Yes’ local search, Optus Video, preloaded social networking apps like Facebook, Mobile TV and the Optus Games store.

RRP
$0 Upfront on the ‘yes’ Social $49 plan over 24 months
business customers for $0 Upfront on the ‘yes’ Business Complete Max $49 plan over 24 months.

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