We’ve known that Garmin-Asus has been working on a phone with T-Mobile’s 3G bands for a while, but now we finally know what it is: meet the Garminfone. Yes, just “Garminfone” — you won’t find an ounce of nuvifone branding here, despite the fact that the device is a dead ringer for the nuvifone A50 announced back at MWC, which leads us to believe that AT&T might hold the exclusive American rights to market the name with its own G60. Whatever the case may be, you can expect a 3 megapixel autofocus cam, microSD expansion up to 32GB, WiFi, and full HSPA alongside Garmin’s own flavor of Android (currently based on 1.6, we believe) that emphasizes its nuvi-esque navigation capabilities on a 3.5-inch HVGA display. As you might expect, it’ll come bundled with a charging dash / windshield mount (notice those gold connectors on the side of the phone) when it launches “later this Spring.” Follow the break for the full press release.
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