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Garminfone Unboxed by Phonedog

No matter what the product is I think it’s safe to say we love to see a nice unboxing. And the pot is even sweeter when the device is turned on for a short demo. Noah from phonedog received the upcoming Garmin-Asus android phone from-Mobile. And he was nice enough to share the unboxing with all of us.

Garmin-Asus phone available in June for $199

Well, the price and date is set. The Garmin-Asus Android phone will release in June for $199 on T-Mobile. This price is only for new 2 year contracts with a qualifying rate plan. T-Mobile is also rumored to load it up with a few apps, I wonder what they could be.

Quick Look At The T-Mobile Garminfone

Ok, we’ve seen a ton of pictures of Garmin’s first entry into to the Android game. Now there’s a video of this handset in action. The guys over at Tmonews managed to get their hands on this video.  Another custom UI comes with the introduction of this phone. It’s designed to fulfill all your GPS needs, we finally get a chance to see how it works.

Garmin-Asus A10 PND-phone gets official

Garmin-Asus' latest Android smartphone has been outed, the 3.2-inch HVGA nuvifone A10.  Targeted at pedestrian navigation users, the A10 obviously comes with GPS but Garmin-Asus also preload mapping data onto the handset rather than leaving it to the whims of the cellular network while you're on the move.

T-Mobile Garminfone In The Wild

Looking for a better navigation experience on your Android device? Garmin’s entry into the Android game may the device you’ve been waiting for. this phone promises to have great navigation features that many of may feel Google Maps is lacking.

T-Mobile USA Announces Garminfone

It’s been a long time coming but the long awaited Gamifone has been announced for a T-Mobile release. Garmin was one of the first members of the OHA, promised to produce an Android handset, seemed like it would never come to fruition. This may be the first announcement of great Android devices for T-Mobile.

Garmin Nuvifone Video Demo

After months of waiting on Garmin's Android based smart phone, it seems that it is really close to being in our sweaty Android loving hands. The guys over at MobileBurn was lucky enough to get their hands on the device and it looks quite impressive.

Garmin-ASUS Android phone due Q2 2010

ASUS have announced plans to release several Android smartphones in 2010, though unlike Motorola they're not quite ready to dump Windows Mobile.  According to Lin Zongliang,VP and general manager of the company's business unit, we should expect 4-5 devices in 2010 split roughly equally between Android and the Microsoft platform. The phones will probably arrive under the Garmin-ASUS cobrand, and the first Android handset will drop in Q2 2010.  Each device will be targeted at the mainstream range (rather than particularly high- or low-end buyers), though ASUS are still deciding whether to use Android 2.1 or a different build of the OS.

Garmin-ASUS Android phone by end of 2009; ditching own Linux OS

Garmin-ASUS have confirmed that, following the launch of their nuvifone G60 sometime in the second half of 2009, they will switch to solely using Android and Windows Mobile in future devices.  The first Android-based Garmin-ASUS device will apparently arrive at the end of the year, earlier than previously suggested. The change will mean that the G60 will be the only device to use Garmin-ASUS' home-grown Linux OS, the difficult development of which has been blamed for the GPS-centric handset's delay.  The partnership's other device, the nuvifone M20, runs the Windows Mobile OS. According to Hektor Tung, Garmin's regional director for Southeast-Asia sales, the long-overdue G60 will arrive in the second half of this year, and could launch as early as August for some markets.  However he failed to be more specific about which regions they might be. [Thanks Ahmad!]

Garmin-ASUS Android phone arriving by March 2010

Garmin-ASUS have announced that they will be releasing an Android-based smartphone "no later than" Q1 2010.  Executives declined to comment on possible pricing for the handset, but suggested that it would include GPS for geotagging photos and offering other location-based services. Garmin were first tipped to release an Android handset last year, with the expectation being that the phone would arrive on the market sometime in 2009.  While that is still possible in this new, official timescale, it seems more likely that the device will launch early in 2010. While we're all for more Android devices and more manufacturers publicly pledging their intentions, color us a little skeptical about Garmin-ASUS.  The duo's original nuvifone is shaping up for a full year's delay, and we'd really rather they concentrated on getting something out of the door rather than announcing new products.
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