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Do you know T-mobile is introducing a Android-powered phone


May 31, 2010, 6:41 AM
T-mobile is going to bring revolution in the mobile phone industry by introducing soon Garminfone the first Android-powered smart phone ever made.This marvelous capacitive touch screen 3G device will have GPS navigation. The phone with strong camera couple with strong text and instant messaging will fascinate its users.The excellent internal memory with microSD slot viable both for business and youngsters on the move.

Jun 5, 2010, 12:02 PM
We'll see. The Garminphone on att wouldnt MMS or let me play/access my movies on my memory card.

It was overpriced for being a GPS focussed phone, you paid more per month than even a standard smartphone and got less.

Good luck on the new version, hopefully android will improve it

Jun 7, 2010, 10:57 AM
ecycled said:
Good luck on the new version, hopefully android will improve it

They will Smile

check out the specs, the memory is insane. The way the gps works is amazing, anything can be turned into a search. Text messages, web pages, even voice. All in one click can transfer to getting directions on the fly. Powered by the android market, it's really hard to see how a phone that will be fast/responsive, enormous amout of memory, more accurate than google maps (and can still give directions when off of the t-mobile network) can really go wrong

Jun 28, 2010, 6:49 PM
Hold on, i don't get this post.

T-Mo did have the first Android smartphone, but it was not the garmin phone. And it wasn't very good from what i remember.

There have been plenty of Smartphones recently released that have GPS navigation abilities, as well as a lot of carriers having their own "native" gps apps, VZNav etc...

Is there something that i'm missing?

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