No matter how many we see, we never cease to be amazed by some of the KIRFs out there. Take this Droid X, for instance, which doesn't even bother with a name like "Motorolo Foid X," and even goes so far as to include some legitimate-looking Verizon branding to back up its nearly spot-on appearance. The real kicker, however, is that the KIRFers behind the device have decided to ditch Android in favor of Windows Mobile 6.5 for reasons unknown to us. Don't believe us? Check it out in action in the video after the break, and look for the device itself to set you back around $244.
Keepin' it real fake: Verizon-branded Droid X ditches Android for Windows Mobile 6.5 (video)
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