Nokia N95 shrank then cloned

small fake Nokia N95

Now, we’ve seen quite a few fake Nokia N95 devices. However, this time Chinese handset makers cloners went one step beyond. The so called “MM95″ is, you guessed that correctly, much smaller than the original device. However, it does keep the dual-sliding mechanism and therefore looks quite nice. Even though I shouldn’t praise fake devices, I must admit this baby (literally) rocks.

Specs wise, it’s a feature phone, boasting dual-band GSM (900/1800 MHz) radio, two cameras (one on front and one on the back), and 2.2-inch QVGA screen. As for the size, it’s not as small as that cute Nokia 5200 toy, but it’s small enough — the mini N95 measures 76.1×41.1×17.8 mm and weighs 72.8 grams.

Actually, this may be a good idea for Nokia, to create a similarly sized feature phone. It would look like the N95, but wouldn’t have all the features the famous smartphone has. There’s an idea… More images follow after the jump.

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  • Micky

    The Chinese will cone anything.

    Interesting concept.

  • reptile18

    interesting…

    what ARE the specs on this?

  • Raidium

    Wow, for a guy like me who likes to rant about the stupid cloners, this phone is pretty sweet. I just like tiny phones because of the whole “James Bond” concept. lol.

  • jitender

    Chiness mobile is so nice
    Wow, for a guy like me who likes to rant about the stupid cloners, this phone is pretty sweet. I just like tiny phones because of the whole “James Bond” concept. lol.

  • adil

    i want to know wether pakistani mobile companies like u fone, jazz n others give internet settings on chineese mobile sets……
    i mean can gprs n mms can b activated on chineese nokla n-95

  • Tikendra singha

    I hav bought nokia n95 cloned series but i did not get any pc suite or software CD so plese tell me how to download it from the net thank you.

  • Matias

    Hello I like the mm95, its works in gsm frecuency 900/1800. in my aountry, Argentina, the cellphones work in gsm frecuency 850/1900 Mhz. Can I change the frecuency if i can use in Argentina?

  • Matias

    please, send me a mail il_tati@hotmail.com

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