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T-Mobile Launching Garminfone in June for $200

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May 11, 2010, 4:00 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

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.

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ecycled

May 11, 2010, 5:14 PM

Needed improvements

My experience was with the G60 on at&t, here are its needed improvements: MMS, and the ability to play my movies that are on my memory card. Can't call it a smartphone without that.
This phone is NOTHING like the G60 except it has the Breeze UI. It will allow Andriod marketplace so it will have apps. It will have MMS and Google Search and play movies and do multi-touch and so much more. It is a smart phone, not a feature phone so...
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The_Anarkissed

May 12, 2010, 1:17 PM

release in May

This phone will actually be released and be available through telesales on 5/19, it comes with the vehicle charger and dash mount, internal training was just released, no pricws tho unfortunately. It should be cheaper than $200 i would thing to i guess we'll see next week.

-AK
RockTripod

May 11, 2010, 4:04 PM

Too much

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, it is very nice for what it is, but its... different.
RockTripod said:
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,
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CRUSE4321

May 11, 2010, 10:08 PM

Launch Date

We launch this phone on 5/19 - FYI for those that may want it
 
 
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