Have we met before?

Though Eyo Asia's small booth was overshadowed by the huge presence of RIM nearby, I couldn't pass up a long table of unique cell phones. Though I'd never seen these before, many were eerily familiar.
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An iPhone?

No, hardly an iPhone, but the H003 certainly tried to look like an Apple device. It does beat the iPhone on a couple features, though. Inside you'll find two SIM card slots, an FM radio, and a memory card slot.
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Candy Apple red

Also an iPhone imitator, the JC357 comes in a bold color scheme. And check out those menu icons.
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Not quite a BlackBerry

The TV533 does its best to look like a BlackBerry. Features include two cameras, an FM radio, and support for analog TV. Notice the long antenna extending from the top-left corner.
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Not big in Japan

This swivel design has been popular on Japanese TV-ready phones for years.
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More TV time

Another handset built for TV is the 3650. It reminded me of a few Samsung handsets.
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Not so Sony Ericsson

The M99 is a dead ringer for a range of Sony Ericsson music phones. I was especially struck by the slider design, the music keys, and the design of the keypad buttons.
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An iPhone with a keyboard?

Tough some iPhone users would love a folding keyboard, I doubt Apple will deliver. So if you're feeling adventurous, you can get the T7000. It's a world phone with two cameras, Bluetooth, an FM radio, and analog TV support.
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