The Nuvifone includes two features relatively new to Garmin navigation — a “where am I” button that tells the user the nearest address, intersection and nearby emergency facilities, and another that can be used to find a lost car in large parking lots.
Beyond navigation, the Nuvifone offers features that have become common in smartphones, such as text messaging and e-mail, as well as some others that aren’t as common.
The phone’s three-megapixel camera, besides shooting video, goes beyond the ordinary. Photos shot with a Nuvifone are embedded with the location where the photo was taken, a process called “geotagging.” Users also can take a photo of a bar or restaurant as they enter, send it by phone to another Nuvifone user, and the recipient’s phone will guide him to the location.
I don't know about you, but I'm clueless enough to need every bit of that direction finding. The carrier for the Garmin is yet to be determined. It uses 3.5G technology, popular in Europe and Asia but uncommon in America. The price is not announced, either. Expected out in Fall of 2008.
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