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Looking to dabble with Android, but the T-Mobile G1′s wonky banana-chin just doesn’t fit the bill? Well, how about a random touchscreen handset from an obscure Chinese manufacturer, instead?

As an added bonus, this one actually comes in two flavors: Android, or Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro. Unfortunately it’s a one-or-the-other setup – there’s no dual booting to be had here, which would make the device significantly more notable.

Specs after the jump.

While we could break down the specs for you, it’s oh-so-much more entertaining to let Google Translate do the talking:

  • Phone type: smart
  • Operating System: Android
  • Standard configuration: Li-Ion Battery (1250mAh), charger, rechargeable car, GPS support, 1GB microSD card (including “Kay Lide” map)
  • Network standard: 850/900/1800/1900MHz-wide-band, GPRS, edge (2.75G)
  • Expansion card: the greatest support for the 4GB microSD (T-Flash) expansion cards
  • WLAN: support Phone
  • appearance: straight
  • The main screen parameters: color screen, 65,536 colors, TFT, 240 × 320 pixels, 2.8 inches, Touchlens
  • Camera parameters: 2,000,000 pixels, to support macro shooting, the greatest support for the resolution of 1600 × 1200 photo shoot
  • CPU: Marvell Monohans (624MHz GHz CPU)
  • Time to call :150-240 minutes
  • Standby time: 220 hours
  • Shell color: Black
  • Size: 109.5 * 58 * 14.9mm

While it’s pretty unlikely we’ll ever see this thing hit the shelves outside of China, that doesn’t stop you from importing one. Sure, the lack of 3G is a downer – but at least you can say that your phone’s appearance is “straight”. No word yet on pricing, be it in dollars or yuan.

[eprice via IntoMobile via AndroidCommunity

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