You know what? The Nokla E97 is not a bad looking handset. Of course, with a 2.2-inch touchscreen, things could get ugly real quick if the UI isn't up to snuff -- and we're guessing it ain't. And sure, the detachable keyboard looks a little flimsy -- but all in all, not too shabby for 800 yuan, or about $117 (before you factor in the flight to China, of course). Also featured: handwriting recognition, dual SIM card slots, FM radio, and an MP3 player. But really, with a device like this what you're paying for is the class and prestige associated with the Nokla
name. And how can you put a price on that? More photos after the break.