General Mobile DSTL1 dual-SIM support

Earlier today General Mobile sent us a bunch of screen shots from its DSTL1 Android powered smartphone.  While the pictures don’t... show any 3rd party applications running, you can see how the Android OS itself looks on the WQVGA (240×400 pixel) display that the device uses, as opposed to the half-VGA (480×320 pixel) displays u...

Chinese website Zol has caught General Mobile’s DSTL1 Android smartphone on camera at the Computex 2009 conference. We reported on this device a while back, but to refresh your memory, this device... ships with 4GB of storage memory for all your top-notch pictures taken on its 5MP camera. All these will be viewable on the 3inch touch screen. However, the selling factor to most will be the dual-SIM...

General Mobile just sent us a few sample photos shot with its upcoming DSTL1 smartphone.  The DSTL1 sports a 5 megapixel autofocus camera that is made by Sony.  The images the company sent us are... not too exciting, but you can get a feel for what to expect from a production device.

The colors look pretty reasonable in the 3 outdoor shots, and sharpness is nice.  It’s hard to tell...

Engadget Mobile has gotten a first-look at the General Mobile DSTL1.  Earlier, we reported  that General Mobile had plans to release a dual-sim Android phone with a 5 megapixel camera.  The lack... of the five required hardware buttons for Android almost suggested that the device would never become a reality.  Now, a live demo have shown that the device is indeed a reality.

Here are som...

General Mobile DSTL1

We just received a note from cell phone manufacturer General Mobile telling us that it plans on showing off the world’s first dual-SIM capable... Android powered phone at the 2009 Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona next month.

The phone, called the DSTL1, is shown in a few renderings in the gallery below.  Astute readers will note t...