- Darren Murph , Engadget
If you're scouting a PND that just so happens to make phone calls, you won't find a superior option to the nüvifone G60.
You'll be entirely more productive with an Apple or Google-powered handset
All in all, it's exceedingly simple to describe the nüvifone G60. If you're looking for a bona fide smartphone first and foremost that can do a bit of navigating every now and then, this phone isn't for you. The lack of an app market, the monthly cost attached to the lackluster apps that are included and the subpar web browser all contribute to making this phone less attractive than the iPhone or any of the existing Android phones in terms of actual functionality. Straight-up, you'll be entirely more productive with an Apple or Google-powered handset than the G60, and you'll have a lot... Full review
No buttons, not even a home button
In the two years it languished as vaporware, the Garmin Nuvifone G60 was hyped by various tech outlets as everything from a smartphone savior to an iPhone killer. (We at Wired resisted such sensationalism.) But now the GPS-enabled smartphone is finally for sale — and it's a Frankenstein, a monstrous creation that almost makes us want to swear off smartphones entirely.
There's little good to be said about this phone but we'll try to break it down before ranting about its copious flaws. It does fit neatly in hand and weighs about the same as the iPhone or the Palm Pre. It als... Full review
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