What’s the plural for Nexus? Why, plenty of Nexi, we suppose. Jokes aside, the Nexi Phone you see here is a clone of the Nexus One from Google, where is also hails from the same house that churns out iPhone clones, so no surprise here with their latest release. For just $200 a pop, you will get Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G support, HD video playback (no idea on just how smooth that will be), dual cameras, a 3.5″ touchscreen display and an integrated FM radio among others. It plays nice worldwide, so no worries about this $200 handset not being able to see action in the US. We’re pretty sure that Google won’t be too happy to see this hit the market though, as it looks nearly every bit the same as the Nexus One from the outside. You can forget about Android making an appearance here, that’s for sure.