Yes, turn by turn navigation is available on the handset, powered by Google and HTC's new Location service.
There are several ways to use turn by turn navigation.
It can be accessed through Google Maps. Please press All apps > Maps > Menu > Directions > and you will get a screen where you can put in your start and end point. You can manually put in an address on the start and end points and tap Go. The next screen will show the results with the turn by turn directions listed in words. Press Navigate to activate the turn by turn navigation with voice guidance. The start point usually contains My Location based on GPS and Internet data (Wi-Fi/3G). You can edit the start and end points by typing on the field, or you can also tap on the bookmark icons beside the start and end points to get options such as My current location, Contacts and Point on map which can easily help you put in the right destination.
This function can also be accessed by tapping All apps > Navigation which will automatically give options on how you can input your end point or destination. The start point is automatically your current location based on GPS and Internet data (Wi-Fi/3G).
You can also use Locations to purchase turn by turn navigation. Please press All apps > Locations > MENU > Upgrade > slide to the purchase navigation tab. On this screen, you can purchase navigation you want for your location or other available locations; it will have the price and can take the transaction directly on the same application.
To use Navigation on locations, please press All apps > Locations > SEARCH or use a category under nearby and select your desired destination > Premium navigation.
You may also access this feature directly from the car panel application. Please press All apps on the home screen > Car Panel > Navigation.
NOTE 1: All apps is the triangle icon in the lower left corner of the home screen that opens the phone's application menu.
NOTE 2: An Internet connection (Wi-Fi, GPRS/3G, etc.) is required to access Google's service. Your operator may charge for using GPRS/3G. Google Navigation may be limited by region.
NOTE 3: This function requires GPS, Wi-Fi, GPRS/3G services in order to work properly, and usage may shorten the handset's battery life.