Yuhua, previously known as Yuhuatel, are a Chinese mobile ODM (original design maker) that have recently demonstrated a hardware reference design for use with the Android OS. The company already offer a few phones that run Java and Linux, such as the CPhone. Indeed, the General Mobile DSTL1 was based on a design by Yuhua. Their current customers include Alcatel-TCL and Wigimo, the latter of which is owned by Race Telecom who specialise in mobile solutions for children and parents.
According to Linux Devices, the Xphone-SDK runs Android on a PXA-310 SoC clocked to 624MHz making it very similar to the DSTL1. Similarly, it seems to come with the same 3-inch Sharp touchscreen and tri-band GPRS/EDGE capability. The Xphone design provides a 3 MP camera, WiFi and Bluetooth although GPS and accelerometers are missing. Specifications for the Xphone-SDK are listed after the jump.
Apparently Yuhua’s Xphone-SDK is available to OEMs now and if you want to pick up more information you can visit their (non-English) website here.