<img class="lightbox image-large" right size-medium wp-image-1731" title="picture-116" src="/articleimages/2008/12/picture-116.png" alt="" width="292" height="300" />Thanks to engadget mobile, we have a first look at the HKC Pearl, a phone from China that bears the RIM name and the HTC Touch look. It's likely this phone will only be available in Asia, so stateside lawyers can stop salivating over copyright and trademark infringements (maybe).

The HKC Pearl, like the Chinese QiGi i6, will be available in both Android and Windows Mobile versions. The reported specs for this phone include a 2.8 inch QVGA display, 256 MB of ROM, 128 MB of RAM, WiFi, and a 2-megapixel camera.

[engadget mobile]