Shanzhai Cell Phone: HiPhone Nano

| April 22nd, 2009

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From NetEast:

Shanzhai Cell Phone: HiPhone Nano
Currently this HiPhone Nano already appeared on the Chinese market. It is a knock off of iPhone Nano which has not been released to the market yet.

HiPhone Nano has three colors: red, gold and silver. This cell phone supports 3G GSM network also has a 1.3 mega pixel camera, but it does not support video recording. In addition, HiPhone Nano also supports MMS, MicroSD expansion memory card, handwriting recognition, MP3 player (with recording function) and so on.

The phone’s current price is 125 U.S. dollars or about 850 Yuan.

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  1. ~YuUkI~ says:

    CHEEEEAP! I like the real ones better, the new version of iPhone that is already out in the US and Canada (i live in Canada) If this Hiphone Nano was out there in the US, it’d be the cheapest thing ever and obviously no one would wanna buy it cuz the iPhone is much better…and looks better too

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