The FCC has taken a gander at the latest GPS navigation unit from Garmin, where it will be known as the nuLink! 2390. The FCC has given their nod of approval for its Bluetooth connectivity, in addition to GSM bands 850 and 1900. With those GSM bands, it will make it “special” in a sense since they would enable Live Services including Google Local Search, 3D traffic data, and weather updates among others. Users are also able to access live traffic cam feeds right from the 2390 itself, allowing you to see which traffic hotspots to avoid before you even step out from the house.
Interested in the nuLink! 2390? Well, good news for our friends residing across the pond – it is ready to be pre-ordered over at the UK for £229.99 a pop as it is being prepped for a May 27th rollout. No idea on whether the 2390 itself will arrive Stateside, but anything that goes through the FCC’s doors normally do – and hopefully, very soon.
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