This goes to show that Chinese phones can sometimes deliver and that they can be more than clones of great handsets. Enter QiJi i6, one of the few handsets that supports Android and Windows Mobile, albeit without the possibility of using dual-boot. You just pick one of the operating systems, run it and then install the other.


The specs list of this Chinese phone is not one to be neglected, as it features a 624 MHz processor, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, a trackball plus a virtual Chinese keyboard with stylus support.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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