If you’re into Nokia N97, but you can’t afford Nokia’s first touchscreen smartphone, you have a better shot at messing around with its Chinese clone, NOKLA N97. Pictured below, the device looks 90% the same, but its specs are way poorer than the ones on the original smartphone.

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NOKLA N97 comes with the same side sliding QWERTY keyboard on the original phone (45 degrees slider), a touchscreen with handwritting recognition, a virtual keyboard, audio and video player and a VGA Camera. Of course, this clone is a dual SIM phone, with FM radio, microSD slot, Bluetooth and other basic features on board, like calendar, alarm clock, stopwatch, currency converter etc.

The handset measures 119 x 54 x 16 mm and works on GSM 900/1800 MHz networks, plus it comes bundled with 2 batteries, a desktop charger, an USB cable and a handsfree. While the genuine Nokia N97 will be available for $695, this clone will only set you back $164.

Be sure to check out the video below, for a more detailed rundown on the phone’s features:

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[via 2dayblog.com]