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Enter the Dragon N96: Bruce Lee phone spied online

Hong Kong Fooey version in pipeline?

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Toughened mobiles for building site workers are nothing new, but most lack any juicy features like a camera or 3G. So Nokia’s created what’s possibly the 'ardest fully-featured mobile yet: the Bruce Lee edition N96.

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Nokia's Bruce Lee N96

The former martial arts god’s face now stares ominously at you from the back of the handset above his signature.

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Commemorative box and leather strap also included

A leather strap is also thrown in, which has a Lee-faced badge at its top. The strap also appears to have a pair of mini nunchucks attached, or they could be a pair of mini scrolls emblazoned with: “You have offended my family, and you have offended a Shaolin temple Nokia N96.”

The phone also comes in a commemorative box, which sports a Lee picture, signature - and, if the piccy's to be believed, a Lee action figure.

Sadly, the Bruce Lee N96 only appears to be available in China.

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