byChris Ziegler||February 27th 2008 at 11:32amFebruary 27th 2008 11:32 am
Dual (and triple) SIM phones are a source of endless amusement for us, simply because they continue to be a rare, exotic breed of device that we rarely get to talk about -- much less handle. Add Windows Mobile 6 into the mix, then, and you pretty much have an instant superstar on your hands. That's where General Mobile's DSTW1 comes into play, featuring support for one quadband and one triband SIM, both of which clip along at EDGE speeds. The QVGA display comes in at 2.8 inches, while a 2 megapixel shooter holds down the back end. Memory wise, 64MB is all the RAM you get to play with, but ROM's a decent 256MB with the typical microSD slot available for expansion. Look for it to hit European shelves (and, presumably, the pockets of folks with two wireless accounts) next month.