Originally Posted by revrandy
Nokia. A GPS is built into the Symbian Operating System, as well as full maps. All of this without needing a data connection.
Don't they have maps on Nokia Windows phones as well? Anyways, it is one of the better GPS (road-) navigation systems around (I prefer it to Garmin's stone-age mapping). They own Navteq and offer all the maps for free.
I have the whole world, or at least what is mapped of it for navigation system use, in my phone and usually don't have to worry about maps when I travel somewhere. I also don't have to carry around a clutzy dedicated GPS device.
As for ruggedness, my Zumo died after leaving it in the car during daytime in Winter once. That did not impress me much...
Still, I guess the ease of use and other advantages will make me buy a Montana soon for the motorbike. No need to hassle about with waterproof cases, plugging in the phone after each stop, etc. Plus Topo maps and so on.