General Mobile (makers of the first dual-sim Android phone) showed off a trio of new handset designs they are working on. Engadget caught up with the company at Mobile World Congress and snapped pictures of the Cosmos, Cosmos 2, and Touch Stone.
The Cosmos we have seen before and it is a fairly entry-level Android phone. It features a 624Mhz Marvell PXA935 CPU, 256 MB ROM / 128 MB RAM, and 3.2 inch display. Specs of the Cosmos 2 are unavailable, but the design of the phone has received a slick looking makeover.
Aiming for the high-end is the General Mobile Touch Stone. This phone looks quite similar to the HTC HD2 and features the same size 4.3-inch capacitive WVGA display. Engadget reports it will also feature a Marvell PXA935 core, but they might have confused some of the specs with the Cosmos.
From what we were previously told, all of General Mobile’s Android phones will feature the company’s alternative app market called StoreOid. Each of the devices should also ship with Android 2.0+. I’m not sure how a phone with only 128 MB of RAM could support Android 2.0, but I’m just reported the info provided by General Mobile.
Do you guys like the designs?