Via the DigitalKiwi blog I came across what Engadget like to call a KIRF (keeping it real fake) and as usual the company gets it pretty close to right, and sometimes even add features the original is missing.
This device is a clone of the HTC Magic, or rather the ntc G2. Powered by by a Huawei K3 460MHz processor with a Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, the device has Quadband EDGE (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) but no suggestion of 3G. It of course also comes with that staple of Windows Mobile phones, a stylus.
If you always dreamt of a HTC Magic but wanted it running Windows Mobile, this device can be yours for a mere $264 unlocked.
Read more at DigitalKiwi here.