Dell’s iPhone-class contender has made a quiet debut in China, with images of the new device emerging just days since news of the computer maker’s plan came to light.

Not a great deal is known about Dell’s iPhone in China launch spoiler, bar that it has a higher resolution screen than an iPhone: a 3.5-inch touchscreen with 360×640 resolution, compared to the iPhone’s 3.5-inch screen with 320×480 resolution.  It most likely runs a version of Google’s Android OS.

It’s also known to feature a 3.2MP camera, Bluetooth, a 950mAh battery, a mini USB port and a microSD card slot, said MobileCrunch. There’s no WiFi or 3G support, though – which is par for the course in China.

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