Hmm, the Nokia N87 seems to be a pretty popular choice when it comes to being cloned (even when there is no such handset from Nokia’s stable of phones), and here we are with yet another model that even blatantly copies the Nokia wording on the front. Too bad you can tell at first glance that the operating system is no Symbian S60, and it won’t be able to handle all that an actual high end Nokia handset is able to with the same flair and aplomb. You do get a 3″ display at 240 x 400 resolution, handwriting support, a microSD memory card slot and GSM 900/1800MHz connectivity.
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