Touch G7 is a HTC Desire clone that gets pictured below, in case you’re interested in such devices made in Asia. Even the UI is a HTC Sense copy, so the clone is pretty well done, although the handset runs Windows Mobile 6.5.


The Android trackball on the original phone was replaced by a touchpad, for better UI navigation and we learn that the handset is already available on the market, for a yet unknown price. Here’s the specs list:

CPU: 600MHz Hisilicon K3 chip
Display: 3.8 inch WVGA resistive touchscreen
Memory: 256MB RAM, 256MB ROM
Camera: 5 megapixel with autofocus
Battery: 1500 mAh unit
Connectivity: GSM quad band

[via clonedinchina]

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