Now this is one truly mixed up clone that doesn’t really know where its original heritage lies. We suppose it was supposed to reflect the HTC G2, better known as the HTC Magic. Unfortunately, you know for sure that the $102 price point would translate to run-of-the-mill specifications that won’t drop jaws anytime soon – although it does feature dual SIM card slots for the busy executive, an integrated TV tuner and FM radio support alongside a 2.6″ touchscreen display at 240 × 320 resolution. This won’t run on the Android operating system, that’s for sure.
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