The Chinese have come such a long way in their practice of borrowing ideas from other inventors that they now probably consider it an art. They’re so much improved, in fact, that they can now churn out similar and very competitive, albeit clunkily designed products faster than they used to.
Take the currently unbranded X908 mobile phone, for example. It features no less than a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen, built-in analog TV tuner, FM radio, dual-SIM card support, stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) and a dual microSD card slot design.
And that’s not all. The dual-camera setup on the X908 beats every other phone out on the market today. It has an 2 megapixel camera… at the front for video calls! And at the back you’ll find an 8 megapixel cam sitting nicely with a retractable 3x optical zoom lens. Quite tasty, if you indulge in mobile photography, no?
With all it’s features, I’m surprised it doesn’t support 3G and lacks a brand. It’s hard to say when this will be coming out of China to other markets, though, so there’s probably not too many people hurt by knowing that.
Via GSM Arena
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