Little Pepper announces another new phone and another device that closely resembles an another model already on the market.
Little Pepper was once one of the big names in Chinese smartphone innovation. Back in the early years of Chinese tech, Little Pepper drove the smartphone market and was the first company to release a dual-core phone and then the first to release a quad-core handset.
Since those heady times though, Little Pepper has struggled to compete with larger names and has aimed at staying relevant by simply cloning other brands handsets.
The V11 is another example of using another brands design to try and kick start excitement in the Little Pepper brand again, and as you can see from the image above the V11 looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S8!
Although the Little Pepper V11 does have that Samsung look, some of the specifications are really very good and hint that this smartphone might be more upmarket than it’s cloned appearance might suggest. According to Little Pepper the V11 will have a front 8 megapixel camera but dual rear cameras headed up by a main 16 megapixel sensor. The V11 also has a 3000mAh battery and appears to come with a full-width display, but at this time we haven’t got the spec details.
While the Little Pepper V11 might actually be a good phone is irrelevant though as Little Pepper generally only sells its phones in China, and even those of us happy to import the phone might be put off by the inclusion of an AliYun OS operating system.
We’ll keep an eye on the Little Pepper V11 developments and news and will update you all with full specification details once we have them.