Nice to know that the Hi-Pod is not an iPod clone, but will instead play the role of a cellphone. Also known by its model number F518, this basic handset comes with MP3 playback capability, a measly 1″ LCD display, a Clickwheel wannabe, FM radio support and a numeric keypad on the other side of the screen. You do get dual SIM card slots as with any decent China-sourced phone though, alongisde USB connectivity, an audio jack and a built-in speaker. All this can be yours for $85 a pop, funny looks and sniggers notwithstanding.
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