Originally Posted by Sparrowhawk
Many smartphones have built-in GPS. You need data coverage for the map app to fill in roads and other information. Lots of apps allow you to download the areas you plan to go so you don't need to have coverage but most are clunky compared to GPS unit software where populating the information is easy peasy.
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Again I repeat the Nokia built-in GPS DOES NOT NEED A DATA CONNECTION.
I have used it and stand alone GPS units, not clunky at all.
Again for posterity sake, the Nokia built-in GPS DOES NOT NEED A DATA CONNECTION.