This strange NOKLA knock-off combines the Nokia brand-name, elements of the iPhone's UI, and the admittedly ho-hum specs of your typical KIRF phone (including a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen, 1.3 megapixel camera, and WiFi). If all that isn't enough to warn you off this device there's always that weird fin that extends considerably from one side -- which can't be comfortable when you're trying to use this phone as, you know, a phone. But the most shocking part of this whole mess is the "Nokia" logo itself. Take a closer look: it's really familiar, right? We're glad to know that we've had such a powerful impact on the KIRF industry-at-large! All that said, we're not here to judge -- if your self-hatred extends to your choice in handsets, hit the source link to hunt one of these down for yourself.

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Keepin' it real fake, part CCL: Nokla E93 knock off, with an added Engadget bonus!