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Well, this is new and fresh, as while we're used to seeing cloned handsets wandering our way from China, this time they've maybe beaten Nokia to the punch pre prototype-style. At first glance, this handset appears to be a pretty decent knockoff of the 6 or 8 megapixel N85 -- or something -- we ment

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September 2, 2008 at 11:33AM
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At first glance, we're not sure whether CECT designed its cell phone around an Olympic mascot or some sort of cellular voodoo doll. Apparently inspired by 2008 Beijing Olympics mascot Fuwa Huanhuan, the kid-friendly candybar rocks a 1.5 inch screen, 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD expandable memory w

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Sure, we've seen more elegant marriages of mobile phones and watches before, but this CECT device isn't a half bad attempt. Unfortunately, details are all but scant right now, but this reportedly GSM-enabled device allows you to take and initiate calls via Bluetooth or the built-in microphone / spe

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The utter ubiquity of cams in handsets these days illustrates that sensors tend to travel in packs: first it was VGA, then 1.3 megapixels, then 2, 3.2, and 5. So what's the deal with 4? We were fully prepared to overlook it entirely, call it a dead issue, and be satisfied with the 3.2 and 5 megapix

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\"The Rarest Phone on Ebay [sic],\" reads the auction page for the CECT V668 GSM handset. So rare, we would think, that Nokia's legal department might singlehandedly wipe it off the face of the planet. If the V668 looks mighty familiar, that's because it is -- we saw it the first time around as the N

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China's CECT recently dropped its A1000 handset onto the market -- in China, of course -- making a decent-enough looking smartphone all the more notable thanks to its purported 1,000 hours of standby time. The handset itself is dual-band only, with a 2.2-inch QVGA screen, 4 megapixel camera with fl

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