It looks like T-Mobile and Garmin-Asus have finally settled on a release date for the much anticipated Garminfone. This new mobile device with a GPS slant will ship in June for $199 on a two year contract. The Garminfone will run its own heavily customized Garmin UI over the Google Nexus One Unlocked Android operating system. In addition to this slick UI the Garminfone will come with a 3 megapixel autofocus cam, microSD expansion that supports up to 32GB, WiFi and full HSPA. The phone will also come bundled with a charging dash/windshield mount.
The Garminfone has been one of the more highly anticipated Unlocked smartphone releases in recent memory. Definitely geared towards the GPS junky the Garminfone also has features that will appeal to anyone looking for a new mobile device. The 3 megapixel camera and microSD expansion up to 32GB are extremely nice touches. While you are using your Garminfone to travel the countryside without getting lost you will be able to take many pictures along the way and store them on your phone to share with friends and family.
One of the best features about the Garminfone is the windshield/dashboard mount that comes with the device. Since this phone is manufactured by a GPS company it would make sense that the GPS function of the phone is its best quality. Since many users will be using this device as a GPS unit it only makes sense that they would want a dashboard or windshield mount to accompany their new GPS unit. Instead of selling the mount separately Garmin is including it with the purchase of the mobile phone to allow their customers to easily use this navigation device while driving in their cars.