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Expand iPhone Clone: Bigger Than an iPhone, Smaller Than an iPad

by Paul Strauss
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This mutant gadget from a company in China called “Expand” may look like an iPhone, but when you get a better look at it, you’ll realize just how much bigger (and shinier) it is than a normal iPhone.

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The Expand iPhone clone sports a 7-inch touchscreen with 800×480 resolution, and runs on a 1.2GHz VIA C7-M CPU. Under the hood, it’s got 1GB RAM, 16GB of SSD storage, and both 3G EVDO and Wi-Fi connectivity. And with a front-facing camera, it’s got pretty much everything you’d want in either an iPhone or iPad. Except that little part about running iOS applications. Nope, this mid-size portable actually runs Microsoft Windows XP (not even Windows 7?)

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At this point, you’ll have to dig around the streets of the Shenhzen region of China if you want one, where you can findone for 2500 Yuan (appx. $367 USD) – or inquire here if you’d like to buy in wholesale quantities.

[via Shanzaiben via Cloned in China]

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