General Mobile reveals its Android 2.0 COSMOS smartphone

4:05 AM Edited by Blony

General Mobile just sent us photos and specs of its second Android device, the COSMOS. It follows the DSTL1 Imaginary that the company released earlier this year and has a much better set of features.

For starters, it runs the Android 2.0 operating system, much like the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless. It has a 3.2-inch 320 x 480 HVGA capacitive touchscreen with an accelerometer, a 5 megapixel autofocus camera (sans flash), 256MB flash memory and 128MB SDRAM. Other features include a 1500mAh battery, FM radio, a digital compass, and a Marvell PXA935 processor under the hood.

The COSMOS looks much more attractive than the DSTL1 Imaginary; it has a more streamlined industrial design and a few attractive touches such as the etching on the battery cover.

Via Android Authority


  1. Koneck said...

    Why the hell these phone can't come to Jamaica?