After lots and lots of rumors, AT&T has finally announced the Garmin nüvifone G60, the first phone made by Garmin.
Presented by AT&T as “the only phone to fully integrate the world’s best selling GPS navigator with voice, data and mobile web”, nüvifone G60 is, basically, a Garmin nüvi device with phone functionality.
The G60 features a 272 x 480 pixels touchscreen display, a “real GPS receiver with Garmin’s HotFix technology”, preloaded maps, Wi-Fi, HTML browser, 3MP autofocus camera and 4GB of internal memory.
AT&T will sell the Garmin nüvifone G60 starting October 4, for $299 with a 2-yr contract agreement. The phone will be offered with a 30-day trial Nüvifone Premium Connected Service (this will cost $5.99 per month after the trial expires).
AT&T might also launch the Garmin-Asus M20, but at the moment there’s nothing official about this.
Via Press release
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