By Chuong Nguyen | May 29, 2010 10:59 AM
The T-Mobile Garminfone is essentially a version of the Android Nuvifone that’s compatible with the North American carrier’s 3G AWS network. The phone has now been confirmed to launch on June 9th with a customize UI layer over Android 1.6 that focuses on mapping and location-based services (LBS). The device comes pre-loaded with Garmin’s mapping software and maps are stored locally on the device, which means a constant internet connection isn’t required. The device will cost $200 after a $50 rebate on a two-year contract with the carrier.