Maybe it's a publicity stunt. Probably a non working model, but looks quiet familiar to the Apple iPhone, except without a dock connector. Reported by CNET UK: "While wandering through the mobile theme park that is the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we stumbled across a strangely familiar-looking phone at the Spyker stand. Spyker is mostly known for making cars, which gave us pause. There was no model name on the handset, but of course the first thing we thought of when we saw it was Apple's iPhone device. The available press materials failed to shed any light on its name, but when we asked the man at the stand whether or not it belonged to the Spyker portfolio, he responded with a straightforward 'yes'. ..." Full Story at http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/0,39029453,49295559-1,00.htm Hope these people get taken down like the ones that made the fake iMacs awhile ago.