General Mobile said that it is going to show the world’s first dual-SIM card phone
to run Android at the MWC this February. The device is called the DSTL1
(quite an intricate name, by the way) and according to the specifications, given by the manufacturer, it seems like an offer that’s really worth it. It will be equipped with a large 3-inch touch screen, with a resolution of 240x400 pixels. A possible issue here is that the resolution may not be high enough in order for the future Android applications to work properly. The source informs, however, that the manufacturer is ready to change the resolution of the device if needed, and if this is true, it means that General Mobile isn’t too close to the finish line of the development process. In addition to the large screen, all the features, typical for a modern high-tech phone, will be present: Wi-Fi, a fast 624MHz processor, 4 GB of built-in memory, a 5MP camera with autofocus and DivX support.
The manufacturer has provided some renderings of the DSTL1, which aren’t final, and the device itself may still be a subject to change. On the other hand, judging by the images, we’ve come to the conclusion that it looks really, really nice. Speculations will continue until February, when we’ll know for sure if it’s really such a good-looker.