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Aftermarket navigation system

I'm owner of Hyundai i20 2018 1.0 TGDi Style, which doesn't come with touch screen, but I found something interesting today:
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Andr...7-1bdce371e662

Does anyone have any kind of experience with this kind of stuff? How hard is installation for this device, for someone who has never done anything on a car other than filling cleaning liquid in my car.
Any idea how fast does this device turn on, after I start up my car?
Could this thing be running while my car is turned off, making my car battery empty?

If anyone have any experiences with this, please let me know
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Does anyone have any kind of experience with this kind of stuff?
Yeah, I've installed a few.

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How hard is installation for this device, for someone who has never done anything on a car other than filling cleaning liquid in my car.
Don't tell anyone I said so, but it isn't that difficult
The wiring is pretty much plug 'n' play. The most difficult thing is removing the dash trim around the radio and fitting the phone microphone. But even those tasks are pretty simple. I've attached a video I found on youtube of someone installing one. And man, I wish I could work as fast as that guy.

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Any idea how fast does this device turn on, after I start up my car?
About as fast as your Android phone, because that's basically all that radio is.

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Could this thing be running while my car is turned off, making my car battery empty?
All radios do draw power from the battery when the car is off. I wouldn't expect that unit to be drawing any more power that the original Hyundai radio.

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