Mio launches first dual sided sat nav phone

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.


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