It seems that the 60CSx series of GPS navigation devices from Garmin will be getting a successor in the form of the Garmin GPSMAP 62 series, according to the leaked image you see here. These puppies are touted to arrive at stores from early July onwards, where it will feature a similar form factor with its predecessor with minor updates thrown in to help veterans tell the difference. While the buttons are unchanged with a similar quad-helix antenna included, you can expect paperless geocaching and the ability to load up on Garmin custom maps and BirdsEye aerial imagery. Not only that, selected models will also include a tri-axial electronic compass and barometric altimeter (62S, 62ST) and pre-loaded topos (62ST for the US, 62STC for Canada). Guess there is always no better time than now to start saving up for one of these, eh?