Lenovo Sisley goes on sale with iPhone 6 looks but not price

Lenovo’s iPhone 6 wannabe hits stores with a price tag that doesn’t reflect its looks.

When Lenovo announced the Lenovo S90 Sisley we were all amazed that a company as large and well-known would take such inspiration from the Cupertino based company.

Surprisingly Apple don’t appear to be taking any legal action against Lenovo as the phone is only on sale in China, but now that resellers are offering the device internationally that might change.

As you can see in the images the Sisley isn’t 100% clone, it lacks the fingerprint reader home button of the iPhone 6 and instead has 3 touch buttons for navigating through it’s Android OS.

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As for specs, Lenovo have gone for a 5-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 410 processor, 1GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear and 8 mega-pixel front camera and dual SIM support.

The Lenovo Sisley also get LTe support and can be bought a much more affordable price of only $239.99, which make it a darn site more appealing than the iPhone 6.

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  1. Adam Irvine
    December 5, 2014

    Absolute sh1t for the money! Lenovo need to learn before anyone else that just slapping a logo on something with a little bit of prestige in life doesn’t get anywhere anymore…

    You need to actually give it some good specs for that sort of money too!!!

    – Lenovo deserve to fail with this type of business model, there’s other companies out there that are far more hungry for the lime light and they’ll go much further to secure their piece of the pie!

    • Adam Irvine
      December 5, 2014

      For example… the Umi Zero kicks the sh1t out of this on specs, price and Originality with it’s design!

      • iANDROID8.1
        December 5, 2014

        If this was priced at $160 this will be a sure hit

    • Riccardo Benzoni
      December 5, 2014

      Lenovo failed two times with this phone: one time for overpricing a phone with midrange (at best) specs, another time for copying the iphone’s look. Cloning phones is a huge mistake for a big brand, which really doesn’t need these dirty tricks to sell its phones (isn’t lenovo the second or third smartphone producer in china?), the company (and ZTE as well) should be ashamed of this cheap move!

  2. trapchan
    December 6, 2014

    they failed with s860, it has really nice glowing logo on the back like a macbook, but the they price it $250 and giving it 6582 chip.

  3. werewolfc
    December 8, 2014

    It looks like a Samsung (old scholl) to me. Sorry, can’t see the apple in it.