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miniOne sheds some iPhone looks

updated 02:05 pm EDT, Tue April 24, 2007

Meizu miniOne Update

Meizu's now-infamous miniOne is gradually veering away from the iPhone in terms of style, accoring to freshly updated concept images the company has released to the web. While still heavily influenced by the Apple design, the China-made phone removes obvious parallels to the iPhone's speaker and home button while also changing more of the apps and icons to reflect Meizu's own graphics and programs.

The latest update brings no apparent change in pricing or release dates, with prices of $310 (4GB) and $400 (8GB) still set for the miniOne's eventual release in China by the end of 2007. [via MeizuMe]

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  1. Guest

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    Looks more like it to me

    Anyone else think its looking more like the iPhone??

  1. shmoolie

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    What part of...

    ...concept design don't people understand? All this is is some graphic artist with time on their hands and a marketing/PR campaign. This isn't even vaporware.

  1. Zaren

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    Why do I bother

    At the risk of sounding like a whiner. why the blazes does MacNN post articles like this without providing links to the bloody documents they're talking about?

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