First things first – this macbook pro design according to Alex68 and some others in the know has already been canned. There’s something much more sleeker. But that doesn’t stop the China Clone department from mustering up a whole fake device ready to be illegally sold with Nokia branding, no?
They can really clone anything. Devices prior to release. Devices prior to launch. Devices prior to leak. Devices even prior to actual existance. Previously they’ve even cloned a students concept device out of drawings.
As you can see this is their attempt with the Nokia N9. It’s a pretty good looking clone, based on what photos we’ve seen, though there are glaring differences like the screen ratio, the buttons on the screen, the black thing left of the keyboard. The back is of interest as I don’t think we’ve seen that before. It seems to be sporting a standard camera and led flash affair.
Inside there’s fake looking Symbian. No attempt to put a fake MeeGo inside (possibly too much effort given there’s not much to it yet on the public domain).
Features? Apparently, it’s NOT plastic despite the price of $106.
The N9 dual sim dual standby, dual camera, Bluetooth, mobile QQ, You meters video chat, FM radio, digital map, TF card MTK mainstream features, simple and practical. The back of the aircraft fuselage is the main camera, shooting very cottage.
All-metal body shell ruggedness and wear, plus full keyboard input handwriting is the work of a good assistant to chat
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