It's very uncharacteristic of dual SIM handsets running on Android OS, but Gigabyte seems to have selected the untrodden path. Shifting camps to new OS, Gigabyte are allegedly set to announce plans to launch an Android Froyo based dual SIM smartphone early next year.
Named the GSmart Rola, the smartphone will run on Android v2.2 Froyo and will feature 3.2-inch resistive WQVGA touchscreen, a 528MHz processor, 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, a 3 megapixel fixed-focus camera and a microSD slot.
It will cover both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity at HSDPA speeds. However 3G will be available for only one of the SIM cards. Furthermore, the features expand to include aGPS support with Digital Compass, Bluetooth and FM Radio.
Gigabyte GSmart Rola should be available in selected regions, early 2011 at an expected price of 175 euro.