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The Nokia N8 clone looks pretty much as a real thing, except that specs wise – it’s a completely different beast. We’re talking about a device with a 3.2-inch 240×400 pixels touchscreen (instead of nHD – 360×640), Bluetooth, media player, FM radio and some camera which definitely counts way less pixels than the original N8.
Well, it was bound to happen: a flagship device released as a KIRF (for the second time) well ahead of its official launch. Unfortunately, that’s what happens when you delay a product that already leaked months in advance. The $99.20 “N8-00” might share its name and stylings with Nokia’s imminent Symbian flagship but that’s where the similarities end.
This Chinese N8 packs a 3.3-inch touchscreen (resistive, no doubt), a quad-band GSM radio, pair of VGA cameras (ha!), 2GB of MicroSD blah blah blah… hey, let’s be honest, the specs don’t really matter do they? This “Nseries” device, like all KIRFs, will be sold to poseurs who want to look the part before quickly discarding it for the next trend. Picture of the backside after the break.
There you have it folks. Don’t get fooled into buying any of these. If a deal sounds too good to be true… it probably is.
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