Nokia may not have jumped upon the N98 concept circulating a few years back, but that hasn't stopped a glossy Chinese copy from appearing. The Nokla N98 is a touchscreen dual-SIM cellphone; as we've seen with copy-cat devices in the past, the specifications of which don't quite live up to the looks.
The 3.0-inch 240 x 320 touchscreen is okay, but the dualband 900/1800MHz GSM and GPRS data won't win the Nokla N98 any plaudits. It'll play MP3 audio and MP4 video files, plus has an FM radio and WAP browser with Java support.
It measures 108 x 54 x 14mm and weighs 140g, and should be filling the streets of China right now. The only good thing is the price: at 530 yuan, it's roughly $78.
[via PMP Today]