Attack of the iPhone clones

Check out our collection of iPhone-inspired devices. We'll start out with the latest announcements and finish it out with a few imitators still making the rounds.

Deeda is an iPhone imitator supreme. Deeda invites you to join a "revolution" already begun by Apple. The company claims their products are "the original Open Platform proximity-touch devices that give you the freedom to create new applications, install third-party programs, and customize our GUIs as much as you want." The flagship of these products is the Pi, which includes a camera on the front and the back; supports 3G wireless, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi; and has a 3.6-inch screen. Deeda also boasts that its batteries, unlike the iPhone's, are replaceable. Not sure if that's a turning point.

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