Yesterday Chinese tablet maker Onda launched their new Onda V975M 9.7-inch tablet for 999 Yuan high-resolution display and an iPad Air design!
We’ve seen quite a few iPhone clones from China over the years, which fondly (or otherwise) are titled ‘ChiPhone’ by some.
Huawei’s Ascend P6 has not only proven to be popular with customers but also phone makers who are building clones around the slender phone!
This sub $70 Android phone get’s the styling of the popular Xiaomi Hongmi, along with MIUI style interface and is on sale internationally!
It’s amazing to think that just last week was the launch of the 8-core MT6592 chipset, yet already Chinese phones based on the tech are already hitting stores!
Have you ever heard of Telsda? Neither had we until this up and coming phone maker launched its very own Xiaomi Hongmi Clone for just $65 in China.
Here’s some good news for people who are fans of classy HTC designs but do not wish to shell out the premium HTC ask for one; the OrientPhone One MAX!
Looking back at launches that have taken place in the past few weeks, it seems like Chinese manufacturers are going back to where they started from; manufacturing clones.
Hands on video and first impressions of the No.1 5C iPhone 5C clone, are all iPhone 5C clones equal or are some better than others?
No.1 continue to launch one clone after another their latest being a $200 clone of the extremely popular Xiaomi Mi3!
China’s Goophone are reported to be giving their iPhone 5S clone a turbo boost with the inclusion of an 8-core processor and 2GB RAM.
GooPhone have released a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 clone an improved screen resolution of 1920 x 1080.
One of the most practical and usable screen sizes for a tablet is 7.85 inches, introduced by Apple with the original iPad mini back in 2012. Chinese manufacturers have wasted no time in adopting the form for their own devices out of which the GooPad Mini 2 is one!
Orientphones phablet empire continues to grow with the launch of another Galaxy Note 3 clone, this time with FHD 1920 x 1080 display.
One of the most popular cloned device manufacturers, GooPhone, have now put up the GooPhone i5S on pre-sale for $149 on their official site. The GooPhone i5S is a clone of the popular iPhone 5S which was launched by Apple back in September.
The next few months are going to be exciting as we see 8-core phone upon 8-core phone launch. The big question is which company will be first? Could it be the Mlais MX69?
Last month a leaked photo of an 8-core equipped Mlais PCB hit the headlines, today we know what it will be living inside the Mlais Pro MT6589 Galaxy Note 3 clone!
While many notorious manufacturers from China are known for their cloned iPad Mini devices, some manufacturers like Teclast go about it in a more subtle fashion.
China’s GooPhone have finally released samples of their iPhone 5S clone, and low and behold they are offering it in Gold! Keep reading for hands on video and details of the Gold GooPhone i5S.
OrientPhone have launched yet another 6.3-inch device which they hope many will choose as an alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Mega. Full details of the OrientPhone Mega 6.3 after the break.