First off, please excuse the dirt and grime covering the device. When you look at it from afar (or at arm’s length) it looks perfectly fine. But take pictures with a macro lens and, wow, it can look downright gross, even after wiping it with a cloth.

Anyway, this isn’t the device you think it is. It looks familiar, but it’s a fraud, a phone that tried mimicking a very popular competitor at the time. I’m sure it offered its own set of unique features, and it feels rock solid in the hand. It just isn’t what you want. The keyboard feels cramped, and it’s TOUGH to type on.

This company doesn’t make phones anymore, so the device you see before you is a rare collector’s item. I didn’t even know it existed, but that’s no fault of the device’s. Blame the atrocious name.

Here are some of the device’s key facts as listed on the box:

  • 2.5-inch QVGA 320×320 AMOLED screen
  • 512MB Flash ROM/256MB SDRAM
  • microSD memory card slot
  • 3.1MP integrated camera with 5x digital zoom