General Mobile Has Next DUAL-SIM Handset Readied for Jan 2010 Launch?
The folks at the AndroidSpin.com forums been tipped to some exclusive information about a new General Mobile Android device to be released in â€œlate January 2010â€. For those of you who donâ€™t remember, early this year, General Mobile presented its Dual-sim DSLT1 that grabbed attention for its striking resemblance to the HTC Touch Diamond.
While advancing the OS from Donut to Eclair and keeping their Dual-SIMfeature, the new rumored handset is promising to address most of the DSTL1 gripes.Â Gripes that include its lack of 3G, screen resolution and touch interface. This time theyâ€™ll trade the resistive touch screen for its capacitive counterpart and swap resolutions from the odd WQVA to the pervasive HVGA.
OS: Android 2.0
Kernel: 2.6.29 (and newer is supported by processor)
SIM: Dual SIM (as is customary for GM)
Cellular data link: WCDMA (3g)
Display Diagonal: 3.2″
Display Resolution: 480×320 pixels (3:2 aspect ratio) or 640Ã—240 pixels (8:3 aspect ratio) [HVGA]
CPU Clock: 624Mhz
CPU Processor: PXA935
Scroll Wheel: supported (trackball)
Touch Interface: Capacitative
Wi-Fi: b/g supported
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