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...