Have you ever noticed the plethora of accessories the iPhone 4 has at its disposal and maybe wish an Android phone had access to some of those goodies? Or maybe you’ve always dug the look of the iPhone 4 but didn’t want to sacrifice for an inferior OS? Well, the folks at Sears may have you covered.
For only $264 you can nab yourself an Android 2.2.1 Froyo powered iPhone looking smartphone from Sears’ website. This abomination is packing dual-SIM card slots, 3.5 inch HVGA 320×480 capacitive touch screen, “WiFi + TV phones” and H2000(?) and a 2MP camera, although still unsure on the MP’s of the front facing camera. It supports the 850/900/1800/1900 bands which means it will work fine on AT&T’s 3G and overseas. Oh, and the CPU? A blazing fast Media Tek MTK6516 416MHZ that will be sure to knock your socks right off.
Warning: powering it on may cause the phone to implode on itself. I’m curious to see how horrible/awesome Android runs on this beast. Anyone else even tempted to check this phone out? Or should we all continue to just point and laugh?
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