T-Mobile Launching Garminfone in June for $200
T-Mobile today announced that it will sell the Android-based Garminfone from Garmin starting in June. The Garminfone was announced earlier this year, but T-Mobile plans to make it available with a number of branded services and applications on board. It will support the full gamit of Garmin navigation features, and will be preloaded with Facebook and Twitter apps. T-Mobile will sell the device for $200 after rebate with new agreement and qualifying plan. Alternately, customers can choose to pay the full retail price of $450 with no further contract commitment. T-Mobile said it will announce exact availability closer to the release date.
Hands On with the Garmin Vivoactive 3
Garmin debuted several new wearables at IFA in Berlin this week, and the Vivoactive 3 is the most powerful among them. This smart-ish watch runs Garmin's proprietary software, rather than Android Wear, and specifically targets fitness-minded folk.
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U.S. Carriers Share Galaxy S9 and S9+ Launch Plans and Pricing
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This is a shame. Its a really nice device, at least as far as a GPS device goes. But $200 is a bit much on a contract, especially considering its running Cupcake under its Garmin UI. I played with it for a bit,