It’s time for yet another Chinese clone phone to get checked out and this time it’s the Nokla E97 handset that we’re analysing.  The most impressive aspect of the device is the fact that its QWERTY keyboard can be detached from the body, a feature that’s visible even in the shot below.



Nokla E97 packs a 2.2 inch display, a camera with an unknown megapixel count, dual SIM, handwriting recognition, Bluetooth, MP3 and FM radio. The picture above shows a very sleek and glossy device, almost looking like a concept, so Nokla E97 is one of those clones that are considered too good to be true, design-wise.

The handset can be yours for about $117, if you’re willing to invest in a clone.

[via clonedinchina]

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