We've known that the Garminfone was headed to T-Mobile "later this spring". We also knew that it would retail for $199.99. Now everything is starting to come together, according to leaked promo material, it looks like the T-Mobile Garminefone will become available on June 2nd, which conveniently enough is the same launch date for the T-Mobile myTouch 3G. Guess T-Mobile is ramping up its Android lineup for the summer.
The Garminfone runs Android 1.6 (boo) with a 600MHz processor, 3.5-inch display, and 3-megapixel camera. Sure we wish all phones that release now ran Froyo but we can't have it all. At least you're promised the best navigational Android device on the market. Well, hopefully, or this Garminfone has no point. [via engadget mobile]
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