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Garmin Android smartphone
Mark Peters : November 9th 2009 - 23:47 CET
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GarminGarmin develops Android smartphone : During a Q3 2009 business results presentation, Garmin revealed plans for a Garmin Android smartphone. The Business Update was presented by Cliff Pemble, President and COO of Garmin. In the update, it became apparent that Garmin is keen on the Google Android operating system. With the announcement that Garmin is going to focus on Android, it seems that Garmin has taken a clear decision to consider Android as an open source system. The Android Operating System is actually a competitor for Garmin’s own operating system, but given the speed with which the Android hype has taken over the market, it is not unwise for them to join the bandwagon as well.
Garmin Android Smartphone

Garmin Android smartphone
We hope that Garmin can also introduce a Garmin Android mobile phone with the same speed. We can imagine, given the fact that navigation will be an important component, that Garmin will make this a core element, and possibly use parts of the Android OS in a Garmin Smartphone design. Undoubtedly Garmin will use the Google Android 2.0 system. Android is certainly shaking up the current telecom and navigation market. Manufacturers are most likely getting nervous...

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Right now not much can be said about a possible introduction date for the Garmin Android smartphone. Planned for 2010 is very broad, but perhaps clarity about Garmin’s plans for Google Android will be achieved during the MWC 2010 (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona. Google Android seems to be a spider in the web, but it is not yet clear if the spider will be poisonous...
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