General Mobile DSTL1 goes on sale in late June
One of the Android phones that is being shown at the MWC was the General Mobile DSTL1, incorporating a series of features that made it quite different from what had been announced by other manufacturers.
These characteristics made us fear that the terminal would not come to fruition, but it is finally ready to go on sale and will do so from the end of June, at least in the United States and Turkey. Later, it will reach other countries such as Russia or Germany. Its price will be around 550 to 750 dollars, something high for its benefits.
Some features among which the support for two SIM cards stands out at the same time, something that we want to see how the manufacturer has implemented in Android. As a counterpart, it does not offer 3G connectivity, although it is something that some users will appreciate, since they will prefer to use only their Wi-Fi connectivity and not depend on flat rates offered by operators.
Also the photographic section stands out in the General Mobile DSTL1, since it comes with a 5 megapixel camera with flash. In contrast, we like its screen a little less, because the resolution of 400 × 240 pixels subtracts the fact that it is resistive rather than capacitive, as has been the case with all Android models presented so far.
It is complemented by an FM radio tuner, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity and that comes with a 4 GB MicroSD card, a leather case, an extra battery and a desktop charger.