Asus E600 Windows Phone 7 Hits FCC with NAND, microSD


We’re positive you remember our exclusive on the leaked Asus Windows Phone 7 device pictured in Pakistan as well as its later video appearance on a platform walkthrough.

Turns out the device is for real (in case you ever had doubts) and goes by the name of Asus E600 (pictured above), as the FCC filing reveals, the Garmin part of the name being dropped after the two companies divorced – still appearing on the charger and headphones though.

The handset looks to be around 122mm in height and 60mm in width with a 3.9 – 4-inch-ish display, sporting a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash at the back, pretty much like the most Windows Phone 7 handsets out – which we’re sure will go for the internals as well, powered by a 1300mAh battery. Besides the new pictures submitted to FCC, you’ll also find a user manual if you follow the source link as well as shots of the device teared down to reveal a Hynix e-NAND memory chip (e-NAND is a combination of NAND Flash and the Flash Controller with MMC interface, in a single package) and a microSD card slot.




Source: FCC

Via: PhoneArena

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