This HTC One X clone is a possible JiaYu G3 alternative!

As I have mentioned before it’s not an easy task to be classed as a JiaYu G3 alternative, but this HTC One X clone has the specifications and the looks to be considered a suitable replacement for the infamous Chinese phone.

Just yesterday I wrote up a list of Chinese phones which could be bought as a JiaYu G3 alternative, however if I had seen this fantastic looking HTC One X clone then I would have added this to the list too!

So what makes this HTC One X clone a good alternative to the JiaYu G3? Well for a start the screen is a 4.7 inch unit with an impressive resolution of 1280 x 720, then there is the dual-core MT6577 CPU, 1GB RAM and also an 8 mega-pixel rear camera with LED flash and auto-focus!


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On board storage comes in either a choice of 16GB or 32GB (It’s not yet known if an SD card can be added) and the Android ICS 4.0 OS runs a similar HTC Sense UI like the genuine HTC One X.

Externally this HTC One X clone could easily pass as the real think with the familiar rounded ‘bar of soap’ design, HTC logo’s and even Beats branding on the rear and like the real HTC One X this Chinese clone will be available in both black and white.

Quality and attention to detail looks good to as we can see from the video below which gives us a good in-detail look at the outward appearance of the HTC One X clone, but unfortunately doesn’t show it in use.

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According to Chinese media this clone will be available for $200 once it is available later this month and I can’t wait to see just how well it performs when the review start rolling in!

What do you guy’s think of this HTC One X clone? Tempting?

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  1. Harald
    October 8, 2012

    dual-sim ?

    • October 8, 2012

      Yeah… is dual-sim? That it’s one of the main spect of a Chinese Phone. After that.. I don’t like at all this Clone.
      Because Is that! Just a clone, look like HTC but I like the G3 because it’s little diferent of other Chinese phones and don’t look like a Clone.

      • Koko
        October 9, 2012

        I agree.

        • bls
          October 9, 2012

          I actually prefer quality 1.1 clones over the Chinese name brand phones strictly based on the status factor of having a top name handset for 200 – 400 less than original (even though I plan to purchase a few Chinese branded Androids in the near future as well)

  2. Ravocs
    October 8, 2012

    Well, if this phone as also available next month, than why not just order the Jiayu? It is still cheaper… And it is probably also shipping somewhere in october (the good news keeps coming in)

  3. Juraj
    October 8, 2012

    Does it have gorilla glass?

    • October 8, 2012

      Sorry I don’t know

  4. Johan
    October 8, 2012

    I prefer an unknown brand as JiaYu over a clone HTC. Look at it this way: when I would show my new phone and it would be that clone, people see it sooner or later that it’s just too slow and has less specs than the original. It would be a laugh.
    But when I would show that JiaYu, they would be interested because I would own a unique phone and maybe even jealous when they see how fast it is with so many possibilities for such a cheap device.

    • teja
      October 8, 2012

      exactly!! it can be easily identified as clone . i still prefer jia yu g3 its unique design with good specs but the company is not supporting with its demand and requirements.

  5. bls
    October 9, 2012

    This HTC clone is awesome and the best looking HTC clone I have personally seen to date! Hope this available soon!

  6. Amby
    October 10, 2012

    Whenever a clone looks THIS good and has all the logos of the original brand, it makes me think if its the original phone being used in these videos to pull a fast one on the public !

  7. Paul
    October 22, 2012

    @Andi which company makes this clone?

    • October 23, 2012

      Ah! I forgot but HDC make one

      • Paul
        November 7, 2012

        Andi any new news about this phone?

        • November 7, 2012

          there is some HTC one x clone news coming later today 🙂

          • Paul
            November 8, 2012

            thanks can’t wait

  8. Vlasis
    November 8, 2012

    Hey Andi! How is the battery life of this phone mate? I mean… Is it worth it to pick up an HTC clone which you can’t open to replace battery? Or will I be with the Power Bank in my pocket all the time? Thanks a bunch, please answer! 🙂

  9. TACuster
    November 14, 2012

    hace already release ?
    Some place to buy it??