Beside getting his hands on a Motorola SLVR look-alike Windows Mobile Smartphone, Stephan Schmidt of Smartphone-Web also got his hands on a (this time infamous) copy of the Samsung SGH-i320 Windows Mobile Smartphone, also developed and manufactured by TechFaith Wireless.
However, unlike the i320, which is using Microsoft's Windows Mobile Smartphone operating system, without a touch screen, this device is based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile for Pocket PCs and therefore it supports touch screen input with a stylus, using a landscape display (while the resolution of the display wasn't mentioned yet):
According to TechFaith Wireless, the worldwide release of this device is also planned for 2006 but TFW has declined to give further information yet. So we don't have any specifications or prices today.
While we are talking about copy-cats. Another device, TFW is showing-off in Singapore is a HTC Universal look-alike Pocket PC Phone Edition which looks even smaller than the original Universal:
No further information about this device were given yet.
Cheers ~ Arne