Last month we brought you the specs of General Mobile’s second Android phone and now we have the name and first photos of the device. The Cosmos will be General Mobile’s first phone to run Android 2.0 and features improved specs over the DSTL1. We are a little worried how Android 2.0 will perform with only 128 MB of RAM (Droid has 256 MB, Nexus One has 512 MB), but I do like the styling of the phone.
The launch date of the Cosmos remains unknown. General Mobile is also working on their own Android app store which is likely to coincide with the release of their new phone.
The Cosmos specs are:
- Marvell PXA935 624Mhz CPU (Tavor P65)
- HSDPA/WCDMA/EDGE/GPRS/GSM for up to 3.6Mbps downloads
- Android OS 2.0 Eclair
- Built-in General Mobile Android app store
- New 3D animated UIs
- 5.0 MP AF SONY sensor camera (same as in the DSTL1)
- 3.2-inch HVGA (320 x 480 pixel) capacitive multi-touch screen
- Bluetooth 2.0
- WiFi 802.11b/g
- 256MB NAND + 128MB DDR, microSD cards up to 16GB
- Trackball controller
- GPS and electronic compass
- FM radio
- 1500mAh battery
Hit up the source for a few more pics of the device.