Unusually, Garmin which is a GPS company, is releasing a phone with an awesome interface. It features a 3.5 inch touchscreen display, High Speed 3G access, Google Local search, and geotagging capability with the camera. No word on pricing or availability, but when it comes out the iPhone might have some competition.
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Supa a company from Taiwan, has released a gps tracking phone. The GT1000 tracking phone Features quad-band GSM / GPRS, a SiRFstarIII chipset, storage for up to 1440 way points, Geo Fence with alarms sent via SMS ,a dedicated SOS button, and upgradable storage via T-Flash. So far those are the only specs revealed.
The Ai Li Xin 8108, a China mobile phone has just released and comes with GPS functionality, and is a side flip phone. It has a 1.8 inch outside display screen, 3.0 inch inner display screen, 1GB built-in memory, 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and a microSD slot, you get a navigation keys as well, along with music keys and speakers. China is currently selling this baby for $197.
The Asus A696 GPS PDA phone offers the convenience of a phone, a PDA, and GPS navigation into one compact package. This Windows Mobile 5.0-powered device features a stainless steel case, a 3.5 inch anti-glare touchscreen, GPS navigation with a QuickNav button for easy access, 802.11 b/g connectivity, Bluetooth 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate support, and an SD memory card slot for expansion options. Priced at $400, the Asus A696 will be released later this month.