As anyone could have guessed, Android is going to be all over MWC in Barcelona this February, and it certainly looks like General Mobile, known for its dual-SIM handsets (at least in those parts of the world where that sort of thing gets any play) will be getting in on the action with a little something they like to call the DSTL1. Aside from the chilled out demeanor and all-around dual SIMiness, this device packs in a 3-inch TFT touchscreen, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash (made by Sharp), 4GB storage, WiFi, and a 624MHz Marvell processor. Also worth noting is the hardware's display, which, apparently at 400 x 240 could run into the same grief as Kogan's failed effort. Also missing -- and rightly pointed out by Android Authority -- are Android's required 5 hardware keys, but, it is a render, right? Due out in Q3 of this year, there's no price yet -- but you'll know as soon as we do. Promise.

[Via Android Authority]
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General Mobile Android-based dual SIM DSTL1

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