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HiPhone Review - This Shake And Tilt iPhone Clone Has Many Innovative Features


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Overview: The HiPhone, otherwise known as the CECT 132, the C-002, or the HiPhone i32, is among the latest Chinese iPhone clones. In case you are not familiar with this line, they have all of the features of the iPhone, except they've added bonuses like dual sim (two phone numbers), a removable battery, additional surround sound speakers, and a slide unlock feature which makes the phones accessible to any plan or carrier. You are not stuck with AT&T with this phone. More, this new model has added the very popular shake and tilt technology which means you can advance any media (songs, video, pictures, and wallpaper) by just shaking the phone. You do not need to scroll or look down. When you want to go to a full, wide screen, you only have to tilt the phone.

Appearance: Of all of the clones available, the HiPhone looks most like the original. It is sleek and modern. It's “99.9% iPhone" slogan is very accurate. It has the silver casing on the back with black on the front. However, it does not have the knock off apple logo on the phone. The name of the model is printed on the back of the phone and this serves as the logo.

Features: This phone has all of the features which makes the iPhone popular: Bluetooth, a 3.5 inch finger touch screen, MP3/MP4 players, a 2.0 mega pixel camera, a video recorder, fully functional smart phone capabilities, web browsing with WAP, GPRS, SMS, MMS, and voice mail, and 512 MB of memory with an additional 2GB that can be supported externally. The addition of the shake and tilt technology makes this phone very popular.

Functioning And Quality: This phone is very solid. It does not feel cheap in any capacity and it makes very good on its 99% iPhone promise. Of all of the clones available, this one performs as good as or better than any other.

Pricing: This model starts at about $150, but can vary greatly depending on where you get it. However considering all of the features and the AT&T savings, anything under $200 is probably a pretty fair price.

In a nutshell, this is a high quality phone with the latest technology available. It is very user friendly and has all of the sought after iPhone features with many extras that make it a great phone in its own right.

To view video, close up photos, specifications and real time pricing on this awesome little phone, click here .


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