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Keepin' it real fake, part XL: iMobile plays both sides

Chris Ziegler

Okay, you have to admit, this is one of the better iPhone fakes. We could definitely see Apple whipping up a rounded metal, Nano-esque candybar with an expansive display, iPod dock connector, square camera lens, and Windows key... er, Windows key? Huh? The split-personality "iMobile" apparently tries to bridge the great PC-Mac divide by proudly wearing both Windows and Apple logos on its keypad -- something we can't picture happening on a legitimate Apple product in our lifetimes or those of our offspring. No bother, though; it really does look like a decent phone in its own right. If only it hadn't tried to go all "think different" on us, we wouldn't have felt the need file it in the same dubious category as this winner.

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