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Computex: General Mobile DSTL1 spotted in-the-wild

June 3, 2009 | by Robert Nelson

Android Phones, General Mobile

Computex: General Mobile DSTL1 spotted in-the-wild

Computex has revealed a few in-the-wild style images of the General Mobile DSTL1 phone. Unfortunately, as these types of sightings go, we generally do not learn anything new about the phone itself, aside from what we can see in the images. Which sadly in this case is very little.

Overall the phone does appear to have a nice design and be a decent size, that is assuming that the person holding the DSTL1 does not have either abnormally large or abnormally small hands.

As far as specs, what we can tell you is only coming from the past, and this is assuming that General Mobile has not changed anything. Anyway, last we heard was that it would have a 624MHz Marvell PXA 310 processor. Additionally, it is not expected to have 3G support, which means users will be limited to GSM/EDGE and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. Of course, on the flip side it does have dual-SIM card slots.

As you have most likely already guessed, we still have no idea on when we can expect to see this become available. As of now it has only been noted as having a Q3 2009 release.

As a side note on the images. These were discovered on, which I found via Android Community. However the images also seem to have an Engadget watermark.

In the meantime, check out the three images below…