Keepin' it real fake, part LIX: E-PDA V16 mocks Nokia N95

Darren Murph
D. Murph|06.12.07

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Keepin' it real fake, part LIX: E-PDA V16 mocks Nokia N95

Can't afford the $750 or so required to pick up a Nokia N95 right now? Fret not, as the Chinese knockoff factories have been workin' overtime in order to crank out a somewhat similar alternative to fit the bill. The E-PDA V16 comes in a bit larger than the authentic iteration and includes a three-inch QVGA touchscreen, three-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, multimedia player, and a touch of tacky to top things off. Of course, any of your pals that are in the know won't be impressed by your futile attempts to fool 'em, but considering that this thing won't cost you nearly as much coin as the real deal, it might be worth the embarrassment (or not). Catch a few more snapshots of the impostor after the jump.

[Via iTechNews, thanks lionsense]

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