Garmin launches GO-4G satellite communicators for remote, self-driving cars

The Garmin GO-4000 smartphone is now available in China and South Korea, the Garmin GO series of portable GPS devices have now arrived in the US.

The Garmin GO4000 is the latest in a line of Garmin GO devices, which include the GO-3000, GO-5000 and the GO series.

It is similar in size to the original GO-2000 but is lighter and thinner.

It supports 3G, GPS and GLONASS.

The GO4000, which weighs about 3 pounds, can be found in a range of colors including black, white, orange, purple, green, blue and pink.

It also supports bluetooth 4.0.

The device has two USB ports and a microSD card slot, which will hold up to 64GB of storage.

It has a 12-megapixel camera on the back that will be able to capture images of up to 400 feet in width and up to 1,000 feet in height.

The phone is compatible with Android 4.2 and is compatible in other countries, including South Korea.

The Garmin is also compatible with Windows, OS X and Linux.

In addition to the GO4000 smartphone, Garmin is introducing its new GO-5, which is a 5G smartphone that supports 4G LTE and 4G wireless broadband.

The 5G GO-500 is the next smartphone in the series and it is also available in Korea.

It will cost about 1,800,000 won ($1,050) and will include Bluetooth 4.1 and NFC.

The new GO series is compatible to Android 4 and is expected to be available in North America in 2018.