The HTC HD2 has been a pretty impressive Windows Mobile smartphone for quite some time already, leading clone hardware manufacturers to use it as their poster boy time and again. This time round, we have a clone known as the IHTC HD-2 which clearly resembles HTC’s brand name pretty closely, although this clone comes in a smaller size. Powered by Huawei’s Hisilicon K3 chipset, the IHTC HD-2 comes with a 3.6″ WVGA display, a 533MHz processor, 256MB RAM, 256MB ROM, a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus as well as Windows Mobile 6.5 as the operating system of choice, now how about that! Guess we won’t see this passing through the FCC’s annals anytime soon, eh? Folks in China can get their hands on it for around $232.
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