AT&T is all set to offer the new G60 from Garmin-ASUS, on October 4th. The ... Smartphone News forum
Garmin G60 Coming To AT&T
AT&T is all set to offer the new G60 from Garmin-ASUS, on October 4th. The handset was announced last year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and has long been anticipated for those who rely on GPS navigation. The kicker here is that aside from the standard navigation features we expect from Garmin devices, it is a fully functional smartphone too.
Here's a breakdown of the features:
- Linux based OS
- 3.55-inch WQVGA display
- 3.0 megapixel autofocus camera
- 4GB of internal memory.
- and full SMS and email support.
At launch, it will be available for $299, with a two-year agreement, and that's after a $100 mail-in rebate. The folks over at MobileBurn prepared the great hands-on video below of the device. They were able to sit down with reps from Garmin and really test the device out.
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