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The Xiaomi Mi4 has served as the inspiration for a handful of other smartphones which are now entering the market. Of them allthe Zealplus M4 is by far the cheapest.
Pro fever it taking hold in China! After the launch of the Meizu MX4 Pro we have visited many manufacturers in Shenzhen who are all keen to add a ‘Pro’ to their range. Elephone are one of the first with the familiar looking Elephone P8 Pro.
No.1 have started to leak photos of their new phone. The No. Plus is yet again another clone, this time of the popular OnePlus One.
It’s not only the big name brands that get cloned, but also popular devices from brands like JiaYu who are warning customers to be vigilant when ordering G4S and G5S models from China.
Even with the year coming to an end we still haven’t managed to get to that point in time where Chinese phone makers realise that cloning is going the way of the dodo, so here is the Kingsing S1+.
iPhone 6 fever has hit China as much as every country, but as always it is only Chinese manufacturers who are quick to make cheap knock offs.
Subor returned from the 80’s this week with a remarkably cheap Android powered Xiaomi Mi4 clone, now they are back at TENAA headquarters with a Meizu knock-off.
One of the original 1980’s clone makers from China is back with a knock off Xiaomi Mi4 costing only $65!
Elephone don’t stop for breath! Earlier this week they released 3 new low-cost phones, and now a 4th, Mi4 influenced, Elephone P4000 is heading our way.
Another of China’s infamous clone makers have clawed their way out of the woodwork with their own interpretation of an iPhone 6 clone.
Well it didn’t take long, but this time it isn’t GooPhone that have done the unspeakable, but Vphone with their own iPhone 6 clone.
Clone maker No.1 have announced an updated version of their controversial Galaxy S5 clone. The No.1 S7T keeps it’s fake looks but adds a useful finger print scanner to the equation.
The popularity of the low-cost 10400mAh Xiaomi power bank in China has seen knock-off versions of the battery pack spring up from clone makers. So how do you find out if you have real battery or a clone?
GooPhone’s cloning antics have and manufacturers relentless pursuit have making something all new have finally collided with the launch of the GooPhone G910 with curved “Galaxy Round” stele display.
Chinese customers eager to get their hands on the latest Xiaomi Mi4 are being burned by dishonest stores selling knock off phones.
LTE, and the look of the OnePlus One are two of the features that the Landvo L200G have going for it, well the price is also pretty good too!
The prospect of the Samsung Note 4 is being launched is an exciting one, but as usual it is Chinese phone maker GooPhone who are cashing in on the news with details of the GooPhone N4 clone.
ZOOZ sent over specifications of their new ZOOZ S5.5, which the company claims “replicates” the Xiaomi Redmi, and claims the reason for this is similar for the reasons bands cover each others work!
Xiaomi have already made steps in to certain countries, and have already made their global aspirations known, but before they do take on the world do they need to launch more unique products? Products that don’t take their inspiration from rival phone makers!
KingSing, a manufacturer who started life as a low-cost phone maker, are fast becoming a clone maker that could rival even GooPhone!