MOTONAV -- what a natural name that is for a Motorola navigational product, eh? The world's second-largest handset maker wants to supply customers with even more navigational abilities right from the source it appears, as the manufacturer would like to sell you a Bluetooth-linked and satellite-aided navigation to your BT-enabled handset. The two navigation models -- T805 and T815 -- are meant for Bluetooth-enabled handsets at this time -- and not just Motorola handsets. The T815 has just a bit more features than the T805 -- but both fit in your pocket, have visual and spoken directions and points-of-interest location (like the hole-in-the-wall burger joint). The Motorola T805 comes with a car charger, cell phone mount, dash mount and visor clip -- with a requirement for a 12-month MOTONAV national subscription (including up-to-date maps). The Motorola 815 comes packaged with a phone holder, visor clip, dash mount, car charger, and the MOTONAV service pre-installed on a memory card. No pricing or exact availability from Motorola yet, though.

[Via Mobilewhack]

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