Wireless Goodness reports that two recently announced Windows Mobile handsets have just passed through the FCC.
The first is the Gamin-Asus Nuvifone M10, which not only features Garminâ€™s navigation software, but also the companyâ€™s Connected Services that provide real-time traffic info, gas prices, flight status updates, access to safety camera feeds, and more.
Garminâ€™s Nuvifone M10 is a quad-band GSM/EDGE device with support for WCDMA bands I and VIII (900 and 2100 bands European bands), all powered by a Qualcomm MSM7227 processor running at 600MHz.
The next device, which just passed through the FCC today, is the Sony Ericsson Aspen, with its small 2.4 inch QVGA screen, 3.2 MP camera, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth and microSD storage.
The handset features a version of the companyâ€™s notorious Panels, which in my experience always look better than they work, and provides access to Skype, Facebook and YouTube panels, with additional panels available via download.
The handset also feature the European 900 and 2100 Mhz bands, and both Windows Mobile 6.5.3 handsets have no USA release date announced.