Not to be outdone by Motorola and Sony Ericsson, General Mobile has decided to offer another alternative to the Android Market. The unique handset maker has already released the dual-sim DSTL1 (pictured above) and is planning a new Android 2.0 phone for 2010.
The app store will be called Storeoid and it will be featured on all their upcoming Android devices. Storeoid is still under development, but we were lucky enough to receive an early preview and have a gallery of screens below. A list of features was not provided, but it appears to duplicate many similar attributes of the Android Market.
General Mobile would like to point out that the apps shown in the photos are just examples for development purposes and don’t necessarily show apps that will actually be available in Storeoid.