T-Mobile has opened up its page for the new Android powered Garmin GPSmartphone. The device is expected to go on sale from June of this year in the American market and will be the first handset that will integrate an Android powered smartphone and Garmin GPS device.
The device will come with 3G, Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3 megapixel camera that is equipped with autofocus and digital zooming. It will also have a Garmin specific interface. The Garminfone will run on Android OS 1.6.
Price is just $199, but wonder if one needs a Garmin powered smartphone when Android includes a free turn-by-turn navigation system in its own kit. You may probably want to cross-check your coordinates once in a while, no?[via BGR]