Well, the short answer is yes. But, there are some caveats to that answer. The screens on the 1500 models are 5 inches long, which is slightly bigger than the 1400 models, but not by much. And, you’re paying perhaps $20 or $30 more for that slightly bigger screen.
The resolution on all the TomTom Via screens is the same: 480 by 272 pixel resolution. And, you receive 2 hours of battery life before you need to plug in your unit to charge it. Its dimensions are 4.7 inches long by 3.1 inches wide 1 inch deep, and it weighs 6.5 ounces.
What does set this model apart, however, is that you get two extra gigabytes of memory than the cheaper models: 4 GB. But, it doesn’t have a SD card slot like most of the other VIA models.
All of the VIA models come with an integrated mounting feature, which is a really nice feature. Basically, your mount is connected to the back of your device, and you simply pull it out when you want to set up your TomTom on your dashboard.