Strange to see someone come up with an iPhone clone only to have it run on the Android operating system. Ah well, can’t blame them for trying to ride on Apple’s wave, especially with yuppies in developing countries seemingly going ga-ga over that smartphone. We think it would be better to come up with an original Android-powered handset right from the get go instead. iOrgane of China decided to name its latest iPhone clone after one of the USAF’s best fighter jets – the Raptor F22. This model will run on the Android 1.6 OS, where it will come with the Android 2.1 update next month – no idea on whether you have to download it from a website, or will it be an Over-The-Air (OTA) update. It will be powered by a 624MHz Marvell Tavor PXA935 processor while sporting a 3.2″ capacitive HVGA touchscreen display, 256MB RAM, 512MB NAND Flash storage, a 5-megapixel camera, 1200mAh battery, and WCDMA 3G connectivity.