General Mobile, the maker of the dual-sim DSTL1 if you didn't know, showcased a few Android devices at MWC. The wonderful thing is that they're all beautifully designed and come with more than capable specs. The sad thing is that they were all dummy units that offer promise but nothing else.
The phone above is called the Touch Stone and is basically a dead ringer for an HTC HD2. It comes with a 4.3-inch WVGA screen, 5-megapixel camera, and runs Android 2.0 via an ARM9-based processor. Yep, this kind of, sort of fulfills the dream of having an HD2 run Android. Of course, it's not in working order yet and General Mobile doesn't expect to release it by the end of the year so really it's nothing more than dreaming how cool an Android HD2 would be. But boy, this thing looks like it would be so darn cool.
There are also 2 other General Mobile Android devices, the Cosmo and Cosmo 2. We know very little of those devices other than the fact that they're also awesomely designed yet as real as vaporware right now. Hit the link to see more pictures of General Mobile's Android "offerings".
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