This NK9000C is a little bit thinner and smaller than the genuine Blackberry Bold 9000, but it is made of the same material and is as solid as the real phone. What surprises me most is the smooth and fluent operation when in use. This dual SIM cellphone comes with the typical QWERTY keyboard and trackball which is the Blackberry favourite, as well as analog TV, a social networking application and WiFi. It also features dual cameras with flash and a Nokia compatible battery slot.
Other features of this handset include an MP3/MP4 player with shake to forward function, Bluetooth connectivity, expandable memory up to 4GB, FM radio, support for 16 languages and the cool Opera Mini browser for surfing the web. The two SIM slots are also useful of course.
It uses the MTK 6225 chipset with 1G+ 256 Flash and 125MB internal memory and costs around $73.25 (RMB 500) a pop.