yeah its a great phone/ gps but tryin to get a cover for it its like findin a needle in a hay stack..
what about G60? i like the form factor a lot. because its all screen no useless button. but its not an android. no 3rd party application. will G60 be update to android?
I think it will be an amazing phone, smart phone will GPS features. And as per my knowledge its not only GPS, it with LBS features which is much more than simple GPS. I am eagerly waiting for it
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hmm..i don't know...it is a garminphone yes so that means it's a nav-smartphone,so wouldn't it make much more sense putting costs aside and go for a bigger screen???physical form factor's nice but D-pad's area are still bezel overkill if you ask me.anyways if internal specs are alright this is still gonna sell maybe.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2010Ill trade a symbian device any day for an android phone.. whether they come with preinstalled ... moreI see your point but android's interface isn't perfect, yes it's open source but it still doesn't support html5 pages and doesn't offer 3g videocalling amongst other things, adroid phones have the worst cameras too. You want the best navigation, it's OviMaps, TomTom and Google learnt that, especially the former on the NYSE.
Since Android powered Garmin phone is out, can we expect Garmin XT application for android in near feature??
Shinigami, 11 Feb 20103 megapixel camera? What year is it? 2007?
Besides, after Nokia announced free for all maps o... moreThat's what I thought but you have to remember that not many people use the camera on phones, think about it do you use the the camera on yours a lot? Didn't think so.
People only use them for like uploading to social networking sites or just some friends and family pics then 3MP is fine.
Ill trade a symbian device any day for an android phone.. whether they come with preinstalled satnav or not. symbian is lagging behind big time
3 megapixel camera? What year is it? 2007?
Besides, after Nokia announced free for all maps on Symbian devices, I don't see much sense in Garmin-Asus phones any more. Unless they're dirt-cheap or have THAT much better and more detailed maps.