Garmin nüvifone G60 ready to roll out
AT&T and Garmin’s partnership looks set to bear fruit from October 4th onwards after a seemingly long delay, where AT&T customers within the US will be able to place an order for the new Garmin nüvifone G60 that day. Make sure you mark your calendars if you’re interested in picking up one of these puppies, considering they’re useful to help you get around to your destination while talking to a friend who lives nearby, confirming all directions through a phone conversation. With the nüvifone G60, you will be able to enjoy one of the easiest-to-use location experiences available since it is currently the only phone in the world that will fully integrate the world’s best selling GPS navigator with voice, data and mobile web.
You won’t find the nüvifone G60 wanting if you are heading off to unfamiliar territory, since it will feature similar core features as that of a high-end Garmin nüvi GPS navigation device, complete with maps and millions of points of interest (POI) for North America. Those who pick up the nüvifone G60 can rest assured they’re thoroughly equipped to use the device as an in-car navigation unit, where it will come with a dashboard and windshield mount. The device itself can be comfortably mounted in the car or detached for portable navigational use whenever you park and decide to take a brisk walk to your destination – also, it prevents tempting folks from breaking into your car at the same time.
The nüvifone boasts a “Where am I?” feature, letting you obtain your exact latitude and longitude coordinates, nearest address, intersection, hospital, police station and gas station with but a single touch of the screen. Apart from that, you can also use the G60 to mark the position of where you parked your car (by virtue of its last removed place from the windshield mount), making it ideal for folks who can’t remember where they parked their car in a sprawling parking lot. Expect to fork out $299 for the nüvifone G60 after a $100 mail-in rebate and agreeing to a 2-year contract.