Get Ready for More Garminfones

Strap on your seatbelt and hold on, Garmin-Asus is gearing up for more Android powered handsets.  Yes, that Garminfone from T-Mobile is about to get some company. Sorta. DigiTimes is reporting today that Garmin-Asus is expected to launch 1-2 more Android phones in the Taiwan market by the end of this year, thanks to the successful launch of last month’s A10 handset.  Now if we can just get a few more here in the United States, right? I mean, the T-Mobile phone is a hot seller, right?

Source: PhoneArena

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  1. Drew
    October 07, 16:29 Reply

    I hope it doesn’t come to Tmo.. unless it’s freakin sexy! Otherwise let’s let AT&T have it eh?

  2. maxnicks
    October 07, 19:11 Reply

    True that. It’s waaaaay too much phone for TMO. Keep it with the real companies and things will be fine.

  3. Slipped it in
    October 10, 05:03 Reply

    When is the Garmin standalone app for Android phones coming out? It was announced once a long time ago. Navigon isn’t the only major GPS navigation company planning an Android app.

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