Mio has launched the GPS enabled Leap K1, which it claims is the 'world's first dual sided navigation phone'. On one side of the handset, you'll find the face of a regular phone, and on the other, a fully functioning flat panel sat nav device.
Featuring MioMap 2008, Windows 5.0 OS, a 2 megapixel camera and Bluetooth, the Leap K1 features a special button that lets users switch between the GPS functionality and the phone. The Mio Leap K1 measures 53.5x 105.1x 14.5mm, weighs 125g and boasts a 2.6ins TFT touchscreen display.
Mio has also announced the launch of a second GPS navigation phone, the Leap G50.
The Leap G50 is a smartphone running the Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, a 2 megapixel camera and pre-loaded MioMap 2008 software. The handset measures 58.5x 98x 14.2mm, weighs 119g and boasts a 2.8ins TFT touchscreen.