Hey, remember the Nokia N9 which looks like a MacBook Pro phone? The knockoff makers have released a knockoff based on the leaked prototype which appeared on the web few months ago. Amazingly, it looks very real, and we even thought it’s the official N9 when we first looked at it.
Measuring 98 X 48 X 14 mm, the device is smaller than Nokia N8. It’s a QWERTY slider, and it’s 14 mm thin, pretty well done for a slider phone. According to the manufacturer, the handset has an entirely metallic construction (something like aluminum), with only the keyboard buttons and a few decorative parts being plastic. It includes a 3-inch touchscreen display, dual SIM dual standby, front & rear cameras, Bluetooth, FM radio, micro SD card slot, QQ IM, and Wi-Fi. It runs a MTK OS, which looks like Symbian.
It comes in black and silver color, and you can find it in Shenzhen, Huaqiangbei, for just 700 yuan (about $105). It’s good looking and affordable, but we wish it runs a decent OS and gets a 1GHz processor for running Asphalt 6.
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