Full GPS could be here soon.

HELPmepLox

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that be great then it can tell me when to make a left or right and i wont be as ezily lost
 

kdarling

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A-GPS stands for Assisted GPS.

That means the carrier also needs to provide servers and tower software to help take what little the handheld knows and provide a complete position solution.
 

muckymucky

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isn't this what Verizon has? because i thought most of their Navigators do not actually use GPS but instead the triangulation method~correct me if im wrong.
 

kdarling

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The latest VZ Navigator requires either an internal or external phone GPS.

Verizon, Sprint, Nextel use onboard GPS for meeting 911 requirements.

AT&T, T-Mobile use tower triangulation, which is less accurate.