TomTom GO 2435 & 2535 Ranges Have Been Revealed

The TomTom is a range of devices that has done particularly well in recent times, mainly because it’s one of those things that anyone and everyone can use. Satellite navigation is now widely used by many people around the world to try and avoid accidents and find locations that aren’t your usual destination.

Now we have heard from Slashgear’s Chris Davies that there are two new ranges of the touchscreen GPS units. They come in the form of the TomTom GO 2435 and the TomTom GO 2535 lines. These are slightly different to the previous models and feature what is described as ‘intuitive’ voice recognition.

The 2435 model has 4GB if internal storage, a 4.3” capacitive touchscreen, and 3 hours worth of battery and it also has Bluetooth. The GO 2535 and it has a 5” display along with Bluetooth. Rich Owings of gpstracklog.com explains that there are 4 different versions of the base model.

The models, there’s the 2435/2535T – this comes with lifetime traffic updates, the 2435/2535 – it gets lifetime map updates and then there’s the 2435/2535TM which gets the traffic updates and the lifetime maps.

There’s a couple of other models that were explained by Slashgear and the first is the GO 2535TM WTE which stands for World Traveler Edition. This model sees the addition of Europe to the US, Mexico and Canada maps. The last model we will be mentioning is the GO 2535M Live, this one gets a whole years worth of HD traffic connected services.

As things stand there’s no mention of pricing or release dates but when there is we will let you know. Are you looking forward to getting one of these devices? Let us know in the comments below.