GPS City is Proud to Announce Details of the Nuvifone™ M20

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Garmin's new M20 phone to combine both advanced cellphone functionality and superior GPS technology.

GPS CITY, the 15 year GPS authority is proud to announce the details of the new Garmin Nuvifone M20. Details about this highly-anticipated smart phone have been surfacing recently at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

Weighing in at a feathery 99g and featuring a touchscreen interface, the M20 will combine superior wireless mobile technology with Garmin's unmatched navigation platform. It is expected that the phone will make a big impact on consumers who want a truly all-in-one solution for both communications and navigation.

In line with Garmin's higher-end GPS models, the M20 will offer voice activated turn-by-turn directions and spoken street names. It will also allow the user to find the nearest safety spots with Garmin's unique "Where am I?" feature which tracks the user's current location and routes him or her to the nearest police station, hospital or gas station. Outside the vehicle, a pedestrian mode will allow for handheld, on-foot navigation.

In addition to its unmatched navigational features, the M20 will be a cellphone in a class all its own. The M20's dual band 3.5g/tri-band GSM with wireless connectivity will make it one of the fastest phones on the market with download speeds of 7.2 mpbs and an upload capability of 2.0 mpbs. And for social networking junkies, the M20 will feature the patented Ciao platform integrating compatible social networks into one easy to use interface.

Similar to other competing cellphones, the M20 will offer SMS texting, E-mail synching, geo-coded photo sharing and a 3-megapixel camera.

While pricing and details on the phone's release remain under wraps by Garmin, be sure to visit for more updates as they become available.

About GPS CITY:  Established in 1994, and its sister company quickly became the Internet's leading source for information and purchases of GPS systems and accessories.  In 2000, its corporate headquarters moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, and the company has seen explosive growth ever since.  In 2005, founded a separate division,, to cater to consumers who wanted high quality, low cost mounting solutions for their GPS systems, computers, cellphones and televisions.  Currently, GPS City is the leading distributor of Garmin products and is one of the top distributors of GPS mounting systems in the world.


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