Category Archives: Knock Off
The LeTV Le Max has gained a lot of attention but it is an expensive phone outside of China, but if you don’t mind opting for a clone the Mu Lan L8 could be the next best thing.
The new OUYE console from China is certainly worth taking a look at.
Ever since the dawn of mobile devices, China has been the world capital of knock-off devices and clones. Nowadays, clones are slightly harder to come by, though they aren’t exactly a dying race if these reports from Antutu are anything to go off. Antutu’s report shows off the number of knock-off devices tested with their […]
Chinese phone maker Landvo reveal their full specifications for the Landvo S6 Galaxy S6 clone. Is it just a cheap knock off or something worth considering?
After seeing two different phone makers announce and promote their latest knock off designs we ask “s there really still a market for clone phones?”
Local phone maker DingDing have their eye’s set on international markets with their new DingDing SK3 Pro phone which could come with as much as 4GB RAM.
Window shoppers at China’s largest gadget markets have spotted fake Apple watches already on sale at a cost of just $55.
Take a quick look at the logo and you might be fooled in to thinking this is a new phone from UMi, but look again.
The speed of clone manufacturers is quite scary, how they can get a fake version of a newly launched phone like the Xiaomi Mi Note in the market is amazing and a troubling thought to international buyers.
Over the past week we saw a number of purported spy photos of a 5-inch version of the Huawei Mate 7. Today, we reveal that those “leaks” were not a Compact Mate 7 but photos of the new 5-inch Landvo L600S.
The menace of cloned OPPO phones seems to have reached epic proportions.
The ZTE Blade S6 will go on sale soon, and is ZTE’s crack at making money with an iPhone 6 clone. For any of you wanting to know what the resulting product looks like you only need to see these leaked photos.
The No.1 Mi4 is a blatant clone of the very popular Xiaomi Mi 4. But is it any good? Lets find out in the No.1 Mi4 review!
No.1 is famous for its blatantly cloned phones, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching another bunch!
After the Neo M1, we haven’t heard much from this small phone maker. They are still around though and they are launching the Neo MX4.
After releasing a OnePlus One clone, Landvo have taken a shine to the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and released the 64bit Landvo L600S.
Bird have released real images of their 64bit iPhone 6 clone after getting official TENAA certification earlier this month.
Xiaomi Mi4 clones are sure to be popular this year, so we take the time to go hands on with one of the first to hit the market! The DOOGEE DG850 Hitman.
Mediatek’s 64bit processors are giving smaller phone makers a boost to help them tackle main phone makers, even if they are producing clones.
This US$150 phone is a surprising piece of kit. It looks and feels thrice its price, and pulls of some neat tricks while at it: Meet the No.1 Mi4!