Motorola’s Moto X has grabbed the attention of phone maker HDC who are planning to launch a clone version called the HTC One X.
Priced at around $200 on contract in the U.S, the Moto X is a solid phone which is selling very well thanks to it’s low price, ease of customisation and the fact it is made in the USA. For those of us outside of the U.S though getting the phone at that low-price isn’t so easy, but there is now an alternative from China.
We’re not talking about the China made entry-level phone from Motorola spied here, no we are talking about the HDC X, a clone which costs $189.99. Like the real Moto X, the HDC equivalent has a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 display, and (from the render) appears to be identical in the looks department. The rest of the specs are typical of most Chinese phones of 2013 meaning a quad-core Meidatek chip, 1GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel camera and Android 4.2 OS.
This coming soon page was spotted by GizChina reader Ciro from Italy (cheers for the tip), which lists the full specs.