Despite repeated delays, Garmin/Asus have managed to get their Windows Mobile-powered Nuvifone M20 out on the Taiwanese market. The HSDPA phone features a 2.8-inch touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera and, of course, Garmin GPS navigation.
If and when we will ever see the M20 in the states is open for debate. After all, we are still waiting on the Linux-powered G60. The problem is that many people probably stopped caring about a Garmin GPS phone months ago. [CENS via Engadget]