While the M20 is just another ordinary Windows Mobile handset and hence, not of much interest to us, the Nuvifone G60 is Linux-based and managed to grip our undivided attention at MWC 2009 with the interesting functions and interface it delivers. It seems the device is destined to remain one of a kind, since the manufacturer plans to embark on Android later on. This probably means that we aren´t about to see a great number of apps for it. Still, we hope it comes out on markets outside Asia soon, so we can finally grab a hold of one and subject it to extensive testing.
On hitting the shelves in Malaysia, the handsets are expeced to sell at 356 EUR (G60) and 415 EUR (M20) respectively.
source: Mobile Hornet