Garmin Nuvifone G60 Coming to AT&T October 4
30 Sep 2009 | Smartphone , att | 0 comments
After many delays, navigation device maker Garmin and AT&T finally announced the launch of the Garmin Nuvifone G60, which will come equipped with a Linux-based operating system.
Among the main features of this devices will be the mapping and POI (points of interest) functions similar to Garmin GPS devices. The G60 will also have"Where am I?" feature that provides users with their exact location and nearby points of interest like gas stations, police stations and other important destinations.
It will also come packed with a 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen, full HTML browser, 3G, Wi-Fi, a 3 megapixel camera with auto-focus, 2GB of memory, 2.5mm headphone jack and a microSD card slot for up to 16GB of extra storage.
AT&T will begin shipping the Garmin Nuvifone G60 online and in retail stores nationwide starting October 4 for the price of $299 with a 2-year contract, after a $100 mail-in rebate. For an extra $5.99 per month, customers will also be able to use the Premium Connected Services, which include real-time traffic, fuel prices, weather, white pages, movie info, and local events.