Chinese version of Nokia Aeon phone


 

Nokia showed the Aeon concept. We all liked it. But it is the Chinese who has made it a reality. ‘OEM like Nokia Aeon’ phones are for sale in China. Equipped with a visibly ‘invisible keyboard’, this tri-band phone has a 2 .2” TFT screen, dual SIM card support, camera (presumably 2 megapixel), music player, Bluetooth 2.0 and 3D stereo loudspeaker. Available only in China with color options of Black and Blue and also multi language support. English, Thai, Vietnam, Arabic, French and Russian to be exact.


 


 

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  2. says

    yes but does the predictive text work. Why is the zero * and # on the right.
    Also if its a fake proving to be popular why don’t nokia make it?

    Curious k

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