UPDATE: Read our hands on review of the Garmin Monterra.
I’ve had the new Android-based Garmin Monterra for a few days now and have been playing around with it a bit, so I thought I’d share a few screenshots.
You can see the home screen and a map of a track above. Interestingly, all the Garmin tools we’re familiar with are now individual apps (see screenshot at left below). I’m still trying to wrap my head around the implications of that. Imagine being able to download your choice of these to your phone! Not that I’m expecting that to be possible; not anytime soon anyway.
Another interesting feature is shown below. Pull down the notification tray and you can pause track recording.
Here’s a couple of screenshots from the tracks app, where you can slide between the map and the two screens shown below for any saved tracks.
Questions about the Monterra?
What do you want to know about the Monterra or see covered in my review? I’ll qualify that by saying that my time is more limited these days and my hands on review may not be quite as detailed as past ones. Nevertheless, let me know what you want to see and I’ll work in as much as I can.