<div>I think it lists them as gps capable because you can buy an external kit from a website ( i think telenav) for ~ $100 and get the gps capabilities on the phone. I know thats the case for 755p which was also listed in the screenshot. I am 99% sure thats the case with Mogul too.</div>
Sprint likes to send Spam to my Mogul every couple of days.<br><br>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.<br><br>So, let's get over it and find something else to *bleep* about.
<div></div><div>Notice the phones that are listed:</div><div></div><div>LG: 1200, 5350,</div><div></div><div>Samsung: A400, A420, A500, A560, A580,</div><div></div><div>Nokia: 3155i, 3585i, 3588i, 6016i, 6165i, PM-6225</div><div></div><div>The phones can be tracked by GPS(911 calls) but it does not mean would fully support gps navigation. It just means the devices are able to be located by gps.</div><div></div><div>This is from Verizon but it explains what "GPS capable" means:</div><div></div><div><div class="clear5"></div>Verizon Wireless' Phase 2 E911 location technology is built into the phone's handset; GPS-capable phones rely on signals from the Federal Government's Global Positioning System satellites to help estimate their location when you make a 911 call. Verizon Wireless' handset-based location technology provides the most accurate capability over varied terrain, and is generally capable of estimating locations within 50 to 150 meters in most cases.</div><br><br>Message Edited by Whoops on <span class="date_text">11-09-2007</span> <span class="time_text">09:04 PM</span>
<div>I was just switched to the new ensemble billing system and was perusing the new web interface. I went into the section of learning more about the Mogul, just to see what it said. Lo and behold there is a section titled "What is GPS and is my phone capable?" so I click it. That web page clearly states that the Mogul IS in fact GPS capable.</div><div>Here is the text and URL of the site: (If you search from the Sprint home page and enter the text "sp10550" you will get this information.</div><div>Ciege...</div><div>P.S. I took a screen shot of it for potential future use.</div><div></div><div> <br><a href="http://support.sprint.com/doc/sp10550.xml?id