By Andrew Liszewski
It looks like a hybrid between the iPhone and the Nokia N97, and it comes with pretty much every modern smartphone feature you could want including dual SIM card slots, quad-band GSM support, wifi, FM radio, analog TV receiver, 3.2-inch QVGA touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, microSD card slot, an accelerometer, Bluetooth with A2DP, handwriting recognition and of course a 2MP camera. But the feature that will probably actually sell this phone, at least in North America, is the fact that it’s actually called the McLovin.
Now whether that’s a case of poor translation, or an intentional attempt to cash in on a fad that’s long since passed, I’m sure there are still people out there somewhere who found Superbad funny and will buy it just so they can tell people that yes, they are talking to you on their McLovin. Available from Chinavasion for ~$122.