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Archive for January, 2009

General Mobile will introduce dual-SIM DSTL1 Android phone

AndroidGeneral Mobile plans on showing off the world’s first dual-SIM capable Android powered phone at the 2009 Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona next month.

The phone, called the DSTL1, is shown in a few renderings in the gallery below. Astute readers will note that the button configuration on the phone, as shown, won’t fly for Android. Android phones currently need 5 hardware buttons in order to work (home, back, menu, call send, call end). General Mobile says that the front of the phone will change from what is shown in the renderings in order to accommodate Android. But I’m also a bit worried about the display, which is said to be a 400?240 pixel unit manufactured by Sharp.
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FCC approves Samsung SCH U350

A new CDMA phone from Samsung has just passed through the FCC, which, while looking like a basic entry level phone from its test reports, features a built-in GPS antenna.The phone in question here is the Samsung SCH U350, and it is shown below with its FCC label diagram. A few features of the Samsung SCH U350 revealed by the FCC are a built-in VGA camera, Bluetooth, and speakerphone. Read the rest of this entry »

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