The global positioning system (GPS) is a satellite navigation system. More than two dozen GPS satellites orbit the Earth transmitting radio signals, which allow GPS enabled devices such as phones to determine their location. The location may be expressed in longitude and latitude or it may be shown on a map. Location services can help you get directions or locate someone else who has a GPS enabled phone. For more information on the location services, go to Real-time tracking.
The following Sprint Nextel devices use GPS:
Audiovox: PM-8912, PM-8920, PPC-6600
BlackBerry: 7100i, 7130e, 7250, 7520, 8830, 8703e
LG: 1200, 5350, Fusic, LX-350, Muziq, PM-225, PM-325, VI-125, VI-5225
Motorola: C290, i205, i215, i265, i275, i305, i315, i325, i355, i530, i560, i580, i58sr, i605, i615, i670, i710, i730, i733, i760, i830, i833, i836, i850, i860, i870, i880, i88s, i920, i930, ic402, ic502, ic902, MOTO Q, MOTOKRZR K1m, MOTORAZR V3m, MOTOSLVR L7c, NNCS i736
Nokia: 3155i, 3585i, 3588i, 6016i, 6165i, PM-6225
Palm: Treo 600, Treo 600NC, Treo 650, Treo 700P, Treo 700wx, Treo 755P
Samsung: A400, A420, A500, A560, A580, A600, IP-830w, M300, M500, M510, M610, MM-A700, MM-A800, MM-A880, MM-A900, MM-A920, MM-A940, N400, PM-A740, PM-A840, RL-A760, SPH-A460, SPH-A640, SPH-i500, UpStage by Samsung, VGA1000, VI-660, VM-A680
Sanyo: Katana, Katana II, M1, MM-5600, MM-7400, MM-7500, MM-8300, MM-9000, PM-8200, RL-2000, RL-2500, RL-4920, RL-4930, RL-7300, SCP-200, SCP-2400, SCP-3100, SCP-3200, SCP-4900, SCP-5300, SCP-7000, SCP-7050, SCP-8100, SCP-8400, VI-2300, VM-4500
Sierra Wireless: AirCard 595U, AirCard 597E
UTStarcom: CDM-105, CDM-120, PPC-6700
Message Edited by Whoops on 11-09-2007 09:04 PM
Sprint likes to send Spam to my Mogul every couple of days.
Just recently I got a Text Message from them telling me that GPS Navigation is included with my Plan and that I should "upgrade" to a GPS enabled phone. Guess that means that the Mogul doesn't have GPS Navigation.
So, let's get over it and find something else to *bleep* about.