by Michael Oryl, 3 years ago
Yeah, that’s right. My General Mobile DSTL1 finally arrived today. I’m still playing around with it, getting the lay of its dual-SIM land, but so far I’m pretty pleased with it. For now, until I…
For those of you looking for a non-Google source of applications for your Android powered smartphone, General Mobile recently started showing off its StoreOid app store. While it is to come pre-installed on General Mobile’s own Android powered devices, the store will function on just about any Android 1.6 or later smartphone once it is released to the general public.
I tested it out on a few Android 2.1 devices, such as the LG Ally and DROID Incredible, and it worked fine. To give you an idea what it looks like, however, I thought it fitting to shoot photos of it running on General Mobile’s own DSTL1 device (which I upgraded to Android 1.6).
StoreOid only supports free applications at this moment, but General Mobile has plans to add credit card and direct carrier billing in the near future.
Gallery after the jump.