I was interested to see that, after a number of fake iPhones were produced in China for the counterfeit market, that the forgers have turned their attentions to the Nokia N95.
Unlike the fake iPhone, however, the fake N95s are built to appear like the real thing, but are sold at at a third of the price.
The peeps on the Mobile Today trade magazine have created a video to show the differences, but it looks like it's a case of buyer beware.
According to the trade mag, virtually all the parts of the device are understood to be counterfeit, ranging from the box and manual to the casing, battery, camera, software, user interface and even the games.
Obvious counterfeit mobiles have been around for a while, but this is the first time that a fake has been passed off the genuine article...