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.
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: