My bet is a update with InReach built-in. And minimal features. Look at the difference in the Montana series. 600 series vrs 700I series, also Their alpha dog collars. Only difference is In Reach built-in.It would not surprise me given it's been 3ish years. My only question is what direction will/would they go? Cheaper, Same, or increase the "overland tax". I could potentially see them doing all 3 but more likely the 1st or 3rd option. Cheaper would make sense because maybe they want a larger share of the market, but what would it sacrifice in terms of features? The more expensive route is the partially the inverse. What would they add to make it "better" and make it relatively "worth more" than the original price? Or they could just update the look and the internals a bit and just up the price by 10% like everything else.
Features I'd personally like to see added would be:
I'm sure I could think of more but those would be my top 3 probably.
- Weather/Radar App independent of inReach
- Option for Cellular (Traffic Data could potentially more accurate/updated quicker)
- Rotating Swivel Mount for portrait/landscape use
It is all about a reoccurring revenue stream with InReach.