We've said it before -- though, not that many times -- Keepin' it real fake goods can bring giant smiles with inexpensive and sometimes functional beauty. The illusion is, of course, smashed once this pretty decent E90 clone is sprung open to reveal the set of stereo speakers that flank the screen and the significantly changed keypad. Though this isn't a deal breaker from our standpoint, as the layout looks pretty sharp, it features 2 QVGA screens, packs a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and only weighs in at 125 grams. If it rolls with quad-band with EDGE, we'd gamble it'd be a pretty popular -- if it proves inexpensive -- set.

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Keepin' it real fake, part LXXXIV: Nokia's E90 gets duped