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The iPhone is launching late next month so it’s not surprising to start seeing clones being release in order to cash in on hype. Welcome the Meizu MiniOne; iPhone’s Windows brother.

The Meizu MiniOne has more than just the looks of its Apple’s brethren. The recently released specs show that there’s actually some power under its hood besides its software design.

Running on Windows CE 6, the MiniOne will have a 533Mhz Samsung processor, 128MB of DDR SDRAM, TFT touchscreen, 720×480 resolution, 3-megapixel back camera, 0.3-megapixel front camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DMB TV Tuner, GPS, video output, AVI/MPEG4/WMV support, and a 4GB to 16GB size.

The best part? It’s only going to be about $260 for the 4GB version and $450 for the 16GB version. Plus, you’re not tied to any data plan from the phone providers. Are you excited yet?

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